It is the most flagrant example of an abominable public vehicle that ever encumbered the face of the earth.
I will encumber you no more.
Their branches were encumbered with snow, and it silently dropped off in wet heaps while I stood at the window.
Three feet of knotty-floored dark passage bring the client to Mr. Vholes’s jet-black door, in an angle profoundly dark on the brightest midsummer morning and encumbered by a black bulk-head of cellarage staircase against which belated civilians generally strike their brows.
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Digital distribution is encumbered by old copyright law.
Players complain they are encumbered by the new protective padding.