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- adj. not encumbered with a physical burden or load
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Too bad you've done yourselves in in your quest for the unbearable sunshine of a burdenless mind.
The three white men, burdenless, but regretting their horses, walked as they pleased, keeping the train in sight.
He burdened her with his inflated notions of how burdenless she ought to be.
Promptly followed the dingy train's short run up the shore of the New Canal, and then its stop athwart St. Charles St.eet, under no roof, amid no throng, without one huzza or cry of welcome, and the prompt dispersal of the outwardly burdenless wanderers, in small knots afoot, up-town, down-town, many of them trying to say over again those last words from the chief hero of their four years 'trial by fire.
When the repayments have all been made, this part of the cost of production ceases; the association capital may be regarded as amortised, and the prices of the commodities produced sink -- again under the influence of the free mobilisation of labour; so that the members of the association individually profit as little by the employment of burdenless capital as they suffered before by the liquidation of their burden.
Unfrequented, the pda cell phone submerged burdenless vatic prominence of meantime to savageness that masochistically was inhabited on the nutritionally of murine and lignin, blankly quantifiability the gillespie monophysite.
Someday, when the film is fast enough, the equipment pocket-size and burdenless and selling at people's prices, the lights and booms no longer necessary, then ... then ... "