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Definition of Burdensome

Burdensome

  1. Grievous to be borne; causing uneasiness or fatigue; oppressive.

Burdensome Quotations

I was living an extremely burdensome life, because every time I prayed, I became more clearly aware of my faults. On the one hand, God was calling me. On the other, I was following the way of the world. Doing what God wanted made me happy; but I felt bound by the things of this world.
Saint Teresa of Avila

Many think that the price of discipleship is too costly and too burdensome. For some, it involves giving up too much. But the cross is not as heavy as it appears to be. Through obedience, we acquire much greater strength to carry it.
James E. Faust

When a book remembers, we remember. It reminds you that you have a body. So many of the things we may think of as burdensome are actually the things that make us more human.
Jonathan Safran Foer

I am shy by nature, a person who's always found something burdensome about human interaction and who probably always will, at least to some degree.
Caroline Knapp

A state-based regulatory system is quite burdensome. It allows price controls to create market distortions. It can hinder development of national products and can directly impact the competitiveness of U.S. insurers.
Henry Paulson
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Burdensome Translations

burdensome in Afrikaans is swaar
burdensome in Danish is tung
burdensome in Dutch is drukkend, zwaar
burdensome in French is lourd
burdensome in German is beschwerlich
burdensome in Norwegian is tung
burdensome in Portuguese is pesado

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