pasanin, sagabal, pabigat, kahirapan, kabuwisitan
Noun(1) an onerous or difficult concern(2) a charge against property (as a lien or mortgage(3) any obstruction that impedes or is burdensome
(1) the horse raised its hind leg as if to rid itself of an encumbrance(2) At the top of the list is the simple proposition that by adding a reference to the first mortgage as a prior encumbrance the lease was encumbered.(3) The mortgage was a prior encumbrance ; whatever anybody else wanted to make of the fact, it was there, for all to see.(4) The only encumbrance on the property is a mortgage with a balance of about $35,000.(5) We are also selling many gilets this autumn which allow people warmth with out the encumbrance of a jacket.(6) Not once had she ever felt she were a bother, or an encumbrance , or an unwelcome guest taken in because she had nowhere else to go.(7) There is one school I know about where it was clear children were there because their parents found them an encumbrance to their normal business lives.(8) for parents, childhood is too long a period of encumbrance(9) Sometimes physician assistants may be a slight encumbrance , requiring an inconvenient amount of the physicians' time, especially in the early stages of the partnership.(10) The object of these walks is to enjoy the exhilaration of walking without the encumbrance of clothing.(11) The last thing I wanted was the encumbrance and stress of a long distance relationship as I wandered foreign lands.(12) Money is not a pressing problem; domestic encumbrances remain out of sight.(13) Freed from inhibitions and encumbrances , they can choose their lives, do what they will.(14) An issue that can often arise is that of existing rights or encumbrances on the land in question.(15) So the chancellor would be able to govern for at least one whole legislative period unhindered by the encumbrances of federalism.(16) Beginning this procedure early enough in the course of carpal tunnel syndrome should yield a good result and avoid unnecessary encumbrances on a pregnant woman.
(1) encumbrance :: pabigat
1. hindrance ::
2. burden ::
3. interference ::
4. load ::
Different Formsencumbrance, encumbrances
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