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heavily laden

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(also heavily loaded)

Definition of heavily laden in English:

adjective

Full of or loaded with heavy items: the lorry was heavily laden with large boxes and crates heavily laden trolleys
More example sentences
  • Gage later reportedly traveled to Chile, where he drove a heavily laden stagecoach.
  • Logan's longest runway, 33, is often used for large, heavily laden jets.
  • The rich man said, "Sir, I have a bull who can pull one-hundred heavily loaded bullock carts."

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