I got the idea that he looked upon me as an incumbrance, and declared I would go to sea.
I also saw that I was an incumbrance in the mind of the elder, too.
Oh, Mr. Barclay how thankfully would I trust my child in such keeping, but would your means support the incumbrance of a wife.
Such an incumbrance would have been troublesome to them, travelling, as they were, afoot.
But even without that incumbrance, he dared not hazard the delay of climbing the palings.
Their debts are now paid, and their farms free from all incumbrance.
He has been left with an incumbrance of forty thousand pounds debt, and annuities to the amount of thirteen hundred pounds a year.
The poltroon, like the scabbard, is an incumbrance when once the sword is drawn.
At other times, say three weeks of every month, she was merely an incumbrance to him.
The incumbrance of their pitying glances was getting his cosmic lizard.