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  2  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Load  \Load\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Loaded};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  {Loading}.  Loaden  is  obsolete,  and  laden  belongs  to  lade.] 
  1.  To  lay  a  load  or  burden  on  or  in  as  on  a  horse  or  in  a 
  cart;  to  charge  with  a  load,  as  a  gun;  to  furnish  with  a 
  lading  or  cargo,  as  a  ship;  hence  to  add  weight  to  so  as 
  to  oppress  or  embarrass;  to  heap  upon 
 
  I  strive  all  in  vain  to  load  the  cart.  --Gascoigne. 
 
  I  have  loaden  me  with  many  spoils.  --Shak. 
 
  Those  honors  deep  and  broad,  wherewith  Your  majesty 
  loads  our  house.  --Shak. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  loaded 
  adj  1:  filled  with  a  great  quantity;  "a  tray  loaded  with  dishes"; 
  "table  laden  with  food";  "`ladened'  is  not  current 
  usage"  [syn:  {laden},  {ladened}] 
  2:  (of  weapons)  charged  with  ammunition;  "a  loaded  gun"  [ant:  {unloaded}] 
  3:  (of  statements  or  questions)  charged  with  associative 
  significance  and  often  meant  to  mislead  or  influence;  "a 
  loaded  question" 
  4:  having  an  abundant  supply  of  money  or  possessions  of  value; 
  "an  affluent  banker";  "a  speculator  flush  with  cash";  "not 
  merely  rich  but  loaded";  "moneyed  aristocrats";  "wealthy 
  corporations"  [syn:  {affluent},  {flush},  {moneyed},  {wealthy}] 
  5:  slang  for  `drunk'  [syn:  {besotted},  {blind},  {blind  drunk}, 
  {blotto},  {crocked},  {fuddled},  {pissed},  {pixilated},  {plastered}, 
  {potty},  {slopped},  {sloshed},  {smashed},  {soaked},  {soused}, 
  {sozzled},  {squiffy},  {stiff},  {tiddly},  {tiddley},  {tight}, 
  {tipsy},  {wet}] 




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