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  • Sophie outlined her idea of the essential ingredients: a large well-laden picnic hamper, good weather, "maybe a rug on the grassy bank of an idyllic river?"

    Making a romantic splash on a wild swim in Wales

  • It was many years since he had slept in such a clean, well-appointed bedroom, if he ever had, or eaten at such a neat, well-laden table.

    Portobello

  • Ox-drawn wagons of produce plodded by in a well-laden parade.

    SUMERIOLOGY

  • Then she stepped back, giving me a playful push and another slantendicular smile, and without a word poured us two goblets of tej from a well-laden buffet at the wall.

    Flashman on the March

  • Frank had been quite worthy of their friendship as having “spotted” and nearly “run down” for himself a well-laden city heiress.

    Ayala's Angel

  • But then their hostess bustled in, carrying a large and extremely well-laden tray and set it down on the coffee table.

    A Taint in the Blood

  • Low indeed is the state of bandit morality when men will allow the sleek traveller with well-laden camels to pass in quiet, reserving their spirit of enterprise for the tattered turban of a miserable boy.

    Eothen

  • The other accounts mention only two; but in M. B., p. 182, and the Nidana Katha, p. 110, these two have 500 well-laden waggons with them.

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

  • And when his boat was well-laden, the Mermaid would sink down into the sea, smiling at him.

    The Fisherman and His Soul

  • He wanted the pockets of his crew to be heavy with their pay; he wanted all Divvytown to remark and remember that the men of his ship seemed always to come to port with well-laden purses.

    Ship Of Magic

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