Definition of loaded
1 : carrying a load a loaded freight train : such as
a : containing an explosive charge a loaded warhead : having bullets inside a loaded handgun
b of a camera : having film inside
2 informal : having a large amount of something a store loaded with goods a report loaded with errors : such as
a : having a large amount of money : wealthy She left them a fortune and the family is now loaded.
b : equipped with an abundance of features a fully loaded car
c : filled or topped with many things a loaded baked potato
d : featuring a great amount of top-level talent a basketball team with a loaded roster a loaded competition
3 chiefly US slang : intoxicated by alcohol or drugs especially : drunk They got loaded at the party. … no matter how loaded he got, Billy did his drinking at home and always put the cans in the recycling bin … — Stephen King
4a : carrying a hidden or secondary meaning that is capable of causing unease Because "asylum" is a loaded term, it can draw attention to crucial issues facing vulnerable Americans, but it also tends to foreclose discussion of real solutions. — The New York Times "You tell me," Cora said. "Do you think I had a therapist?" Aaron's mouth fell open. That was a loaded question. Any answer would be wrong.— Parnell Hall
b : weighted to favor a specific outcome loaded dice
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