Definition of Loaden
1. Verb. (archaic) (past participle of load) ¹
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Definition of Loaden
1. to load [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: load
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Literary usage of Loaden
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1. A Complete System of Pleading: Comprehending the Most Approved Precedents by John Wentworth, George Townesend, James Cornwall (1797)
"... by the proprietor or proprietors of fuch wayne or waggon loaden, fo coming, ... came, went, and puffed with his wayne or waggon loaden divers, to wit, ..."
2. Fairs, Past and Present: A Chapter in the History of Commerce by Cornelius Walford (1883)
"2 Of every cart loaden with timber . . 2 Of every cart loaden with lathes . ... 2 Of every cart or wayne loaden with nails, at lying down . ..."
3. The Observations of Sir Richard Hawkins, Knt in His Voyage Into the South by Richard Hawkins, Charles Ramsay Drinkwater Bethune (1847)
"... being all deepe loaden, beganne to feel the tempest, so that wee not able to lye by it, neither a hull nor a try, and so with an easie sayle bare up ..."
4. A Journal of the Proceedings in Georgia, Beginning October 20, 1737: By by William Stephens (1906)
"... not apprehending how such Damages could ensue, by a Vessel delayed a few Days, that was only loaden with Lumber; and Mr. Gilbert being likewise away, ..."
5. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714 by Narcissus Luttrell (1857)
"Severall waggons loaden with money went hence lately to embarque for Holland. Sir John Dalrymple is made one of the secretaries in Scotland, ..."
6. Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopaedia of Universal Authorship by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon (1893)
"... loaden with fruit and apples rosy redd, As they in pure vermilion had been dide, Whereof great ..."
7. Knowledge for the People, Or, The Plain why & Because: Familiarizing by John Timbs (1832)
"'It consisted,' says the author, ' in brandishing of two sticks grasped in each hand, and loaden with plugs of lead at either end;—this pastime opens the ..."