Definition of loaded
1 slang : high 12b
2 : having a large amount of money
3a : equipped with an abundance of options bought a fully loaded carb : staffed with excellent players a loaded basketball team
Examples of loaded in a Sentence
He said he didn't know the gun was loaded.
the department stores were loaded with goods for the holiday shopping season
Recent Examples of loaded from the Web
But in January, Rep. Willie Dove, a Bonner Springs Republican, left a loaded firearm in a committee room.
Junior left fielder and backup catcher Olivia Glass, batting seventh in a loaded Huskies lineup, smacked two opposite field home runs Tuesday in OPRF's four-inning 15-0 win over upstart Evanston in a Class 4A Niles North Sectional semifinal.
This week, for example, Grappone Hyundai in Bow, N.H., was advertising a fully loaded 2017 Sonata for $26,346 — more than $9,200 below its list price.
The officers retrieved a loaded revolver from Sterling’s pocket after the shooting, according to federal authorities.
The Knights, coming off Saturday's emotional 4-3 win in 11 innings over Herscher for the sectional title, extended the lead to 4-0 on Vos' bases-loaded single.
Pink Pony serves up some great bar grub including sandwiches and some great appetizer items but may most famous for its loaded nacho plate.
Comicon imposed drastic security measures Friday after a man showed up at the event a day earlier armed with four loaded guns, ammunition and a knife.
Andrew Cabezas earned the save, working of a bases-loaded predicament in the ninth.
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First Known Use of loaded
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Definition of loaded for English Language Learners
: very rich
of a gun : having bullets inside
of a camera : having film inside
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