overburdensome love

Definitions

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  • adj. Too burdensome.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Too burdensome.

Etymologies

over- +‎ burdensome (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Many of those fleeing the blue states to the red states is because they are fed up with high taxes and overburdensome government.

    Bet Accepted, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The warden should take necessary -- or make the necessary arrangements to change those conditions to put him in a separate wing to make sure that his penalty is not so overburdensome.

    CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2008

  • Grant Saddam Hussein the right of approval over the bank that will run the scheme, and it's clear to all that nit-picky book-keeping will not be an overburdensome problem.

    The system did not fail

  • He rose and walked stiffly to the alcove, where I heard him say, "Ah, she is not overburdensome for me yet."

    The Shadow of the Torturer

  • The evil still continued, for only the next year it was found that so many lectures "did spend too much time and proved overburdensome," and they were reduced to two a week.

    The Emancipation of Massachusetts

  • "We have the same concerns that West Virginia does about the overburdensome nature of these surface mining regulations," McDonnell told The Associated Press.

  • "That's why you see a lot of governors in coal-producing states that have tried to stand strong and have alerted Congress about some of the problems these overburdensome regulations will cause," he said.

  • The shopkeeper (the village boasted but one of eminence) stood indeed pretty much at his ease behind his counter, for his custom was by no means overburdensome; but still he enjoyed his

    The Monastery

  • Opponents said it "makes it even more difficult for consumers to access credit and for businesses to comply with overburdensome regulations."

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder

  • If there's an overburdensome reporting requirement that comes as a result of a bill that was passed during a certain session, that, in essence, becomes a tax on a business.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

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