Loaded in a sentence as an adjective

Any time a page was loaded, we'd keep track of it.

Next day I loaded it up, ran it and then checked the results by hand.

This is tough to comment on because it feels a bit loaded.

I then loaded SQLite on the data file, ran the statement and reproduced the segfault.

Not the animated gifs or the font size 1, but the fact that once the site is loaded, it's completely done.

Also, the loaded term "file-sharing site" certainly confuses the issue that the site is like DropBox and sells on line storage space.

One would have loaded up his box by going to the cable company's website and picking movies from a large catalog -- one movie for slot "A" and another for slot "B".

As if whole matters; how does one obtain whole, anyway?This is a very loaded question and perspective that betrays a serious bias, in my opinion.

Unlike GameStop, we had to wait outside until they had loaded the exact time - I guess to prevent us from seeing any other information/transactions.

There's no other way to balance competing demands; if you keep only part of the information in your head, your decision will be biased towards the part that you've loaded into your brain.

We call up the police and are able to explain everything that has happened, that we want to file a report, and that we are on location of one of the stores who has the camera footage already loaded if someone could come out.

Loaded definitions


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

See also: laden ladened


(of weapons) charged with ammunition; "a loaded gun"


(of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence; "a loaded question"


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"

See also: affluent flush moneyed wealthy