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baggage unnecessary and burdensome things or ideas. [1/3 definitions]
deadwood unproductive persons or burdensome things that hinder the smooth function or progress of an enterprise. [1/2 definitions]
diktat a burdensome, punishing settlement imposed on a defeated party by the victors. [1/2 definitions]
disburden to unload or relieve (someone or something) of anything burdensome; take a burden from. [1/3 definitions]
disembarrass to rid or free (someone) from something embarrassing, frustrating, burdensome, or the like; relieve.
Godiva an eleventh-century English noblewoman who, according to legend, rode naked through the streets of Coventry to win relief for the people from a burdensome tax; Lady Godiva.
onerous unwanted, unpleasant, and burdensome.
oppression harsh, unfair, burdensome acts or demands by a government or other authority. [1/3 definitions]
oppressive extremely unpleasant; burdensome; depressing. [1/2 definitions]
relieve to liberate from fear, anxiety, distress or other burdensome condition. [1/5 definitions]
riddance the act or fact of becoming free of or delivered from a burdensome person or thing.
tax a difficult or burdensome obligation; strain. [2/6 definitions]
taxing making heavy demands; burdensome.
troublesome difficult; burdensome; laborious. [1/2 definitions]