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laded with

1. Of a vehicle or vessel, having been loaded with some kind of cargo. (More commonly written as "laden with.") The ship was laded with steel being imported into America. The car laded with our luggage, we set off on our road trip across the country.
2. Burdened with or troubled by something oppressive or onerous. (More commonly written as "laden with.") I've been laded with guilt over what happened to Shawn. Jim has been laded with too much work lately. I hope he tells his boss that he needs some help.
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laden with

1. Of a vehicle or vessel, having been loaded with some kind of cargo. The ship was laden with steel being imported into America. The car laden with our luggage, we set off on our road trip across the country.
2. Burdened with or troubled by something oppressive or onerous. I've been laden with guilt over what happened to Shawn. Jim has been laden with too much work lately. I hope he tells his boss that he needs some help.

lade with

v.
1. To load some vessel or carrier with some cargo. Used chiefly in the passive: The ship is laden with timber.
2. To burden someone or something. Used chiefly in the passive: The thief was laden with guilt.
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In its heyday, the lade was a vital link in the Laird's mineral-mining interests which were a major source of his income.
Today, the Laird's Lade is a proud relic of our area's coal-mining heritage.