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loaded (adj.)

1660s, "laden, burdened," past-participle adjective from load (v.). Of dice, from 1739 (in a French phrase book, translating des Dez chargés), in reference to the lead inserted to unbalance them. Sense of "rich, wealthy" is attested from 1910. Of guns, 1858. Slang meaning "drunk" is from 1886, probably from expression take one's load "drink one's fill" (1590s).

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Definitions of loaded

loaded (adj.)
filled with a great quantity;
a tray loaded with dishes
Synonyms: laden / ladened
loaded (adj.)
(of weapons) charged with ammunition;
a loaded gun
loaded (adj.)
(of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence;
a loaded question
loaded (adj.)
having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value;
not merely rich but loaded
loaded (adj.)
very drunk;
Synonyms: besotted / blind drunk / blotto / crocked / cockeyed / fuddled / pie-eyed / pissed / pixilated / plastered / slopped / sloshed / smashed / soaked / soused / sozzled / squiffy / stiff / tight / wet
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