Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular present simple form of burden

Etymologies

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burden +‎ -eth

Examples

  • "From the drinker it taketh away strength," I mocked, "and to the man unweary it burdeneth him into sleep."

    THE DEATH OF LIGOUN

  • The Cow: “compelleth” in the sense of “burdeneth.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • And the face of Kai was as a warrior that vanquisheth cities and burdeneth himself not with captives, and his form was as the forms of gods, but his eyes were the eyes of beasts; before whom came the King of Averon with elephants and camels bearing burdens of gold, and trusty servants carrying precious gems.

    Time and the Gods

  • To the man who is weary it leadeth him to get up and go onward, and to the man unweary it burdeneth him into sleep.

    The Death of Ligoun

  • It burdeneth the brain, it maketh even the little child

    The Hidden Hand

  • How the thunderclouds are dispersed, or else employed by God, either for correction or mercy. by watering -- by loading it with water. wearieth -- burdeneth it, so that it falls in rain; thus "wearieth" answers to the parallel "scattereth" (compare, see on [542] Job 37: 9); a clear sky resulting alike from both. bright cloud -- literally, "cloud of his light," that is, of His lightning.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • His Throne reacheth over the Heavens and the Earth, and the upholding of both burdeneth Him not; and He is the High, the Great!

    The Koran (Al-Qur'an)

  • You mourn for sin, as you say, and yet you cannot condescend on a particular that burdeneth your conscience; you grant you have many sins, but sit down to count them, and there is a short count of them.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

  • "From the drinker it taketh away strength," I mocked, '' and to the man unweary it burdeneth him into sleep. "

    The Death of Ligoun

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