Soon after the famine, the incumbered Estates Act was passed, by which the creditors of incumbered landlords could force a sale.
His practice was not extensive, and he was incumbered with a wife and large family.
In short, the whole service was incumbered with absurdities, which no one noticed because they were old.
The shore is deformed with mud, and incumbered with a forest of reeds.
Archaic spelling of 'incumbered' and 'incumbrance' retained; one occurrence of 'encumbered' also retained Pg 19 et al.
The city's bonded debt is in their hands; by them the city is taxed and incumbered.
But the translator of a living author is incumbered with additional inconveniences.
We must not be incumbered with pack-mules on an expedition of this sort.
The giant insisted on making the jaunt on foot, saying he did not wish to be incumbered with a horse.
He found him at home, but the hall so incumbered with trunks and boxes, that there was scarce a passage to the parlour-door.