weighed down

  1. full of; bearing great weight
    trees heavy with fruit
    vines weighed down with grapes
  2. heavily burdened with work or cares
    overburdened social workers
    weighed down with cares
    bowed down with troubles
    found himself loaded down with responsibilities
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How To Use weighed down In A Sentence

  • And small companies are not as weighed down as big Japanese companies with large payrolls and overleveraged balance sheets.
  • The tone is that of rancorous comedy, and there is skill in the writing, but the play, unlike the movie, is weighed down with a confusing prologue and a clumsy epilogue.
  • Although the postal service has cut its work force through attrition in recent years, it is still weighed down by overly generous employee benefits, she says. Postal Service Eyes Closing Thousands of Post Offices
  • The branches of the trees were weighed down by snow.
  • I was too weighed down by guilt to eat the sweet.
  • Weighed down by deep crimson clothes and further hindered by a heavy golden cape, he could barely keep an upright bearing in the sweltering heat of the ocean.
  • Cleaned bleaks are salted and weighed down for 48 hours.
  • Schneider looked at the passport, held it up to the light, sipped his beer, suddenly weighed down by sadness. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • Hanging on paper, and yet weighed down by leavy burdens* Trade necefijury to Enable us to fuppbrt an enox - motts debt; and yet that debt, together with an excefs of paper* money, working continually towards the dcftruAion of trade. — The Monthly Review
  • I thought she looked somehow older, weighed down by all her new responsibilities.
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