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- adj. laden; loaded
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An erroneous form of laden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled with a great quantity
Sorry, no etymologies found.
BUT, uncompressed 5.1 FTW nindie yeh I agree man, I think more studios should take this lead and produce a bare-bone version for the Blu-ray release, especially for SFX-ladened pictures like Avatar, its gonna look and sound awesome! super_aj
What holds up NASA today is a heavy bureaucracy ladened with self-serving and failure fearing managers who want to protect their own turf.
Newly released Deception (Ballantine Books, $28) finds Sturgis and Delaware grappling with a murder ladened with career landmines: The victim is a teacher at the prestigious prep school attended by the son of Sturgis 'boss.
A quick email with your name, job fair or meeting info in the subject line, can be a breath of fresh air and opportunity to the heavily burdened recruiter who is already ladened with company literature and other paper resumes.
Vendors, in mule-drawn wagons, ladened with clumps of wheat, wove through the town selling their wares.
These hateful, fear driven and emotion ladened terms do not work any more and should have not been allowed to work in the past.
How dare you say that the most drug ladened,scripted form of male soap opera is fake!
Displays, such as a man and a young boy climbing a perilous-looking ladder ladened down with baskets, showed how dangerous the job was.
And the cheese topping on any of these salads are still fat-ladened and low protein.
This is nothing like "bitter-gate", when the MSM HAD to run with the story because Hillary was squeezing it for every last advantage-ladened drop.