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Definition of Overladen

Overladen
Overlade O`ver*lade", v. t. [imp. Overladed; p. p. Overladen; p. pr. & vb. n. Overlading.] [Cf. Overload.] To load with too great a cargo; to overburden; to overload. --Spenser.

Meaning of Overladen from wikipedia

- little bark, staunch though it may be, sat too deep in the water. It was overladen with conceits that wouldn't be current and merchandise that wouldn't be...
- Captain Nice and Mr. Terrific, which layered extra camp onto the already overladen superhero concept. The stylized content of Batman may have possibly jump-started...
- explosives and detonate them near The ****vans. However, the boat was so overladen that it sank, forcing the attack to be abandoned. Planning for the October...
- 19 Siberian ponies and three motorised sledges. Terra Nova, heavily overladen, finally left Port Chalmers on 29 November. During the first days of December...
- visible, lying on the bed of the river where it had sunk last autumn, overladen with apples. The old bumboat woman, who was carrying her fruit to market...
- towards the South Sandwich Islands. There was a heavy swell, such that the overladen ship frequently dipped its gunwales below the waves, filling the waist...
- boards as there had been insufficient time to raise steam. The boat became overladen and capsized 300 metres from Royal Oak, throwing those on deck into the...
- Nations on the Mount of Remembrance in Jerusalem, Israel. “Mien van Trouw overladen” (“Mien van Trouw died”). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Trouw, March 5, 2007...
- Godrevy Island. 60+ Harwich ferry disaster 1807 (18 April) A 'grossly overladen' coastal vessel capsizes while transporting soldiers and their families...
- constructs in images – "… not an artist’s picture, but a photograph, an overladen with detail, colourless version" – a discourse of poetic thought; a phenomenon...
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