Definition of Care-laden
1. Adjective. Burdened by cares. "All ye that labor and are heavy-laden"
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Literary usage of Care-laden
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Courage and Comfort: Or, Sunday Morning Thoughts by James Britton Cranfill (1908)
"Many an overworked, care-laden mother plays the part of a menial to her strapping muscular son, soon making him as worthless as a banana-peel. ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1848)
"... man's face was pale and gloomy, but Lina wondered not at this, for seldom had she the happiness of seeing her lover's brow otherwise than care-laden. ..."
3. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"Too much has weighed upon me to enable me ever to breathe freely as a man should, if he does not want to grow dull and care-laden. ..."
4. Travels in Alaska by John Muir (1915)
"The care-laden commercial lives we lead close our eyes to the operations of God as a workman, though openly carried on that all who will look may see. ..."
5. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... starter of all the strife and ill, care-laden captive; cringing thence forced and reluctant, he led them on till he came in ken of that cavern-hall, ..."
6. The Windsor Magazine (1905)
"Then her thoughts went to her model girls who had left her care, laden with good conduct prizes, girls who talked correctly and walked correctly, ..."