Ladened in a sentence as an adjective

The author is being ladened with the conditions that should apply to a buyout deal without the buyout payoff.

Ah, the assumption that limits in one of the most red-tape ladened industries have anything to do with safety.

I wonder how many extra sales Kohls will make by bringing in extra money-ladened customers with this arrangement.

Come out of school ladened with debt is no picnic and sure going straight to a startup sure seems like a sexy idea but even Paul Graham admits most startups fail.

My favorite "nuke" of one of these scammers involved a guy who basically did the same thing, but set his VM up with a virus-ladened system image.

> who took it private in 2005 via leverage buyout and ladened Toys r Us balance sheet with untenable debt from thereonYou are not taking into account the changing habits of kids as a result of both the iphone and ipads or equivalent.

Ladened definitions


filled with a great quantity; "a tray loaded with dishes"; "table laden with food"; "`ladened' is not current usage"

See also: laden loaded