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Use "burdening" in a sentence
"Amongst so excitable a people as the Arabs, this game caused quarrels and bloodshed, hence its prohibition: and the theologians, who everywhere and at all times delight in burdening human nature, have extended the command, which is rather admonitory than prohibitive, to all games of chance."
"I saw a proposal the other day which seemed to result in burdening the people of this country with a high tariff, and gave a preference which would be higher than the tariff that is levied against us today, that in some way you would have conferred a benefit on British trade."
"My dad was one of those farm folk you mentioned who had several siblings, then between my parents' two marriages each there were a total of 10 kids with my dad's last name burdening the tax payers in the public school system."