Definition of charged
1 : possessing or showing strong emotion attacked the author in a highly charged review
2 : capable of arousing strong emotion a politically charged subject; also : exciting a highly charged palette of bold colors
3 : having an amount of electricity charged particles
Examples of charged in a Sentence
The singer gave an emotionally charged interview.
an abstract expressionist who uses a palette of charged colors to great effect
Recent Examples of charged from the Web
The conversation around diversity, like all discussions that deal with oppression or marginalized voices, can very easily become a charged discussion.
At some point, the dog reportedly broke free and charged deputies again, causing officers to open fire.
No one goes without a charged device in the Odyssey Elite, either: Three USB ports—two them on the back of the center console—and four power outlets (three 12-volt and one 110-volt) dot the cabin.
But emotionally charged language — as well as water — was hurled at one another.
The full moon is likely going to feel charged and cathartic, so make time to spend Saturday for yourself.
Her agent encouraged Ms. Clemmons to pursue the thread of a few pages in the M.F.A. manuscript — emotionally charged passages about loss.
The races remain highly charged and competitive, drawing thousands to rallies around the country.
A very emotionally charged scene after a. Mother & 2 yr old daughterfound dead in Redbird apt.
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Definition of charged for English Language Learners
: having an amount of electricity
: showing or causing strong feelings
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