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atlas (cap.) any person who carries a heavy burden. [1/5 definitions]
burden1 to place a burden on; assign a burden to. [1/3 definitions]
cumber to cause to be weighed down; burden. [1/3 definitions]
cumbrance a troublesome burden or encumbrance.
disburden to unload or relieve (someone or something) of anything burdensome; take a burden from. [3 definitions]
embarrass to burden with financial problems. [1/5 definitions]
encumber to burden, as a heavy load or an obligation. [1/2 definitions]
freight any load or burden. [1/6 definitions]
imposition something assigned or demanded, such as a duty, burden, or requirement. [1/4 definitions]
lade to be loaded, as with a burden (usu. used in passive). [1/6 definitions]
laden loaded with a great burden; weighted. [1/3 definitions]
light2 with little burden to carry. [1/9 definitions]
lighten2 to become less of a burden. [1/6 definitions]
load a heavy burden or responsibility, or a large amount of work to be done. [1/17 definitions]
make a dent in to make progress, esp. by lessening a burden. [1/2 definitions]
millstone a heavy burden; something difficult to bear. [1/2 definitions]
monkey on one's back (slang) a difficult burden, such as a drug addiction.
onus an unwanted but necessary task; burden. [2 definitions]
overburden to place an excessive burden, responsibility, or work load upon. [1/2 definitions]
overweigh to burden or oppress. [1/2 definitions]
overweight to burden with too much weight. [1/4 definitions]