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Adjective
Carrying or bearing a load, especially a large one
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“She took a loaded tray full of champagne glasses as she walked past, shattering them all over the floor and forcing the manager to come over and take note of what had happened.”
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Ready to discharge
“The way to feel completely secure is to have a loaded firearm within very easy reach, no matter where one happens to be.”
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Wealthy, or having a lot of money
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“Even the beverages are really expensive. Unless you're a loaded millionaire with bad taste, do not come to this establishment!”
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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“It also has just enough alcohol in it to make it a fun drink, but not so much that your guests will get loaded after a few drinks.”
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Being under the influence of drugs
“A New Jersey driver was found to be loaded on coke, fentanyl and Xanax when he fatally struck a pedestrian.”
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Not easily approached, handled or answered, potentially having a deceitful quality
“If you ask a loaded question, you get the answer you want, but your deduction from it may be unsound.”
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Charged with an underlying meaning or implication
“My wife asked me a loaded question the other day about whether it was time we seriously considered having kids.”
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Weighted or biased towards a particular outcome
“This was a politically loaded decision.”
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Full of meaning or significance
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Laden with the speaker's values
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Dangerous or full of peril
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Manipulated
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Of, containing, or using undetonated explosive
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Very fine in quality or luxurious
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Heavy
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With weapon
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In a heap
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On or in a means of transportation
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Causing emotion, excitement, and enthusiasm
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(slang) Requiring exceptional skill to execute or handle
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Past tense for to burden, load or encumber with, literally or figuratively
“At night, they load the poor animal with contraband for a trip across the Spanish border.”
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Past tense for to fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
“Volunteers gathered to load the boxes with paper, glue, slime, dirt, straws, and hula hoops.”
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Past tense for to stick an object or device into a slot, socket or hole
“Then you load the USB stick into the front of the unit and use one of two small pushbuttons to swap between the images.”
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Past tense for to pressure or make heavy demands on
“He comes home tired, to his dissatisfied wife who now and then begins to load him with problems that have accumulated over the years of family life.”
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Past tense for to provide in abundance
“The stately waiters then proceed to load the guests with good viands.”
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Past tense for to prepare or ready a device, especially a firearm or artillery
“I'd read the files, load the handgun he'd provided me with, and prepare for my mission.”
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Past tense for to bias (the odds) towards a particular outcome
“The issue is that drugs will load the odds against the patient in significant ways.”
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