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[bˈɜːdənd], [bˈɜːdənd], [b_ˈɜː_d_ə_n_d]

Synonyms for Burdened:

hindered (verb)

baffled, barred, blocked, bottlenecked, braked, bunged, caught, checked, choked, clogged, complicated, congested, constipated, constrained, countered, cramped, crimped, crippled, curbed, dammed, delayed, detained, deterred, dragged, encumbered, entangled, entrapped, fettered, fouled, frustrated, hampered, hamstrung, handicapped, hindered, impaired, impeded, inhibited, interrupted, jammed, mired, obstructed, opposed, paralyzed, plugged, resisted, restrained, restricted, snagged, snarled, stayed, stopped, tangled, thwarted.

penalized (verb)

abated, chastised, corrected, deducted, disciplined, discounted, drawn back, drew back, fined, forfeited, judged, penalized, punished.

punished (verb)

afflicted, agonized, anguished, avenged, castigated, chastened, confined, crucified, distressed, executed, imprisoned, incarcerated, keelhauled, lambasted, persecuted, pilloried, reprised, sentenced, tortured, tried.

Other synonyms and related words:

Crammed, abused, accused, adjured, affected, agitated, angled, anticipate, apply, appointed, artfully, ask, assessed for tax, assume, baled, bearing, bearing within, beat, beaten, beleaguered, believe, beset, billed, blamed, bolstering, bothered, bowed down, bracing, brim-full, brimming, bucked, bundled, burden, burdens, burdensome, buttressing, calculatingly, care-laden, cared, cargo, carrying, centered, charge, charged, charged for, cheatingly, chock-a-block, chock-full, chorused, clayey, committed, compel, concerned, concoct, consigned, consignment, constrain, construct, contented, core, cored, cowed, craftily, crave, create, crowded, crushed, cumbered, cunningly, cursed, deceitfully, deceivingly, deceptively, deviously, devise, dictate, disallow, disclaim, dishonestly, disingenuously, disloyally, dominate, downtrodden, duplicitously, duty, effect, effected, emptily, encumbrance, enforce, enjoin, entail, essence, evasively, excited, expect, exploited, extort, fabricate, falsely, fardel, filed, filled, forbid, forced, forcible, fraudulently, fraught, freighted, full, full-charged, full-fraught, gist, haggard, hauled, haunted, heartsick, heavy, heavy-laden, hindrance, hitched, holding, hollowly, hypocritically, ill-chosen, illegally, illegitimately, illicitly, impacted, imposed, imposition, inconvenienced, incorrectly, incumbered, indirectly, infelicitous, insidiously, insincerely, institutionalised, institutionalized, invent, involve, issued, laden, laid upon, levelled, liability, load, loaded, loaded down, loaded up, lodged, made stuffy, maintaining, make, maltreated, mendaciously, miserable, misleadingly, mistreated, need, obligation, obliquely, onus, oppressed, overburdened, overcharged, overcome, overfraught, overfreighted, overladen, overloaded, overtaxed, overweighted, overwhelmed, packed, perfidiously, perfumed, placed a lien upon, plagued, precariously, pressured, prohibit, propping, refrained, require, responsibility, roused, saddled, saturated, shiftily, shoring, shouldered, shrewdly, sick, slanted, slickly, slimily, smitten, sneakily, strained, stressed, stricken, stuffed, subjugated, supercharged, supporting, supportive, suspensory, sustaining, sustentative, taxed, tormented, treacherously, trialed, troubled, tyrannized, unfairly, unfortunate, unlawfully, upholding, vacantly, vexed, want, warhead, weighed down, weighted, weighted down, weighty, with child, worried, wretched.

Rhymes for Burdened:

  1. unburdened;
  2. overburdened;

Quotes for Burdened:

  1. A diagnosis is burden enough without being burdened by secrecy and shame. Jane Pauley.
  2. We shouldn't have to be burdened with all the technicalities that come up from time to time with shrewd, smart lawyers interpreting what the laws or what the Constitution may or may not say. Dan Quayle.
  3. And here a most heinous charge is made, that the nation has been burdened with unnecessary expenses for the sole purpose of preventing the discharge of our debts and the abolition of taxes. Robert Walpole.