- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lade.
“Being secret monarchists, they headed to the decadent Burger King, while I, ever-conscious of my health, went over to the Mongolian Grill instead, which might very well be regarded as a healthy alternative if you only disregard the fatty meat I laded my bowl with and the near-gallon of soy sauce and oil it was cooked in.”
“Ironically, it is the newly-paved and sprawling five-lane thoroughfares clogged with sightseeing families and truckers laded down with ever more consumer items to choke our landfills, that has over the decades made Cadillac Ranch the Texan Stonehenge for sight-seers and graffiti enthusiasts eager to leave their mark of existence.”
“The show has since laded a new home on KMYU, but the Parents Television Council is still urging other affiliates to drop the show.”
“He died of it, and we laded him aboard ship, pickled in a cask of trade rum, and sent him back to his own place.”
“If you look at the children's increasing consumption rate of soda and other sugary and syrupy-laded beverage consumption, it transfers to a future of higher medical bills and possible health-care costs, including the possibility of higher insurance premiums.”
“But the morning after they took a ship of burden and laded her with malt.”
“I want my superhero's to be strong, tough, a bit of a ladies man, not an effeminate, crying, emotionally laded little puke like Toby McGuire.”
“There were thousands of birds that flow in unison and laded on this one tree.”
“Although it is played 100% straight as a fishing with the stars sort of thing, it is actually an odd piece of performance art complete with narration laded with false facts How deep is the ocean?”
“Now the whole dealership is wondering why Rae is braying like an LSD-laded donkey!”
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