Definition for "loaded"
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Urban Dictionary for "loaded"
- actually wealthy; "loaded" with money.
- built with many accessories or features: purchased a totally filled minivan.
- Heavy with meaning or psychological import: The psychoanalyst specialized in asking loaded concerns.
- Slang Drunk or intoxicated.
- Slang Having a lot of cash. See Synonyms at wealthy.
- strained by some heavy load; packed.
- Having a live round of ammunition within the chamber; armed.
- Possessing great wide range.
- with respect to a situation where there was a runner at each for the three bases.
- Weighted asymmetrically, and so biased to produce predictable throws.
- Designed to produce a predictable answer, or to set a trap.
- Having strong connotations that color the literal meaning and tend to be expected to provoke a difficult response. Sometimes used loosely to explain a word that merely has many different definitions.
- loaded with many options; luxurious.
- containing as much or as much as is possible; -- of pots, automobiles, trays, etc.
- containing a shell or an explosive charge prepared for firing; -- of guns. Opposite of unloaded.
- faced with associative importance and often meant to mislead or affect; -- of statements or questions.
- having an abundant method of getting money or belongings of value.
- very drunk.
- really drunk
- having a plentiful availability of cash or possessions of value
- (of tools) charged with ammo
- (of statements or questions) charged with associative relevance and sometimes meant to mislead or influence
- filled up with outstanding amount
- Easy past tense and previous participle of load.
- An obsolete variation of loded.
- Coated with additional growths, as shells; blocked up: said of oysters.
- packed with liquor; drunk.
- full of extraneous substances, especially for the purpose of fraudulently increasing the fat.
- Coated or furred: noting an ailment of this tongue.