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(Lodinit,) Load(e)ned, ppl. a. [Late e.m.E. loadned (1638–48): see prec.] Loaded, laden. Also fig. — Fiue and twentie loadned [MS. laiddenit] shipps; 1591 James VI Poems I. 216/287.
To exact for each loadned horse … four pennies, and for everie loadned cairt eight pennies Scots money; 1668 Reg. Privy C. 3 Ser. II. 560.
To the weary and loadeued … , those that are wearied and loadened; a 1699 Sel. Biog. II. 155.

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