Definition of value-laden in English:

value-laden

Syllabification: val·ue-lad·en

adjective

Presupposing the acceptance of a particular set of values: governments' judgments are value-laden
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  • One by one, each of these oppressed groups has thrown off the yoke of value-laden discrimination, and has won civil rights, cultural acceptance, and greater involvement in the life of the nation.
  • Instead of using the value-laden term ‘secular’, its resolutions referred to the ‘non-use of religion in politics.’
  • Note that none of these terms is meant to be value-laden.

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