burdensome (Meaning)

Wordnet

burdensome (s)

not easily borne; wearing

Webster

burdensome (a.)

Grievous to be borne; causing uneasiness or fatigue; oppressive.

burdensome Sentence Examples

  1. Carrying the burdensome weight of debt, he struggled to make ends meet each month.
  2. The tedious paperwork was a burdensome task that seemed to never end.
  3. The responsibilities of caring for her ailing parents became increasingly burdensome as their health declined.
  4. The regulations imposed by the government proved to be burdensome for small businesses trying to survive.
  5. The decision to move to a new city came with burdensome logistical challenges and emotional strain.
  6. She found the expectations placed upon her by society to be burdensome and suffocating.
  7. The long commute to work became increasingly burdensome as gas prices rose.
  8. The repairs needed for their old house were financially burdensome, stretching their budget to its limit.
  9. His chronic illness made even simple tasks burdensome, leaving him exhausted and frustrated.
  10. The emotional baggage from past traumas felt burdensome, weighing heavily on her mind and heart.

FAQs About the word burdensome

not easily borne; wearingGrievous to be borne; causing uneasiness or fatigue; oppressive.

onerous, harsh, rough,oppressive, brutal, tough, severe, searing, cruel, hard

easy, soft, pleasant, luxurious, luxurious, easy, light, light, comfortable, comfortable

Carrying the burdensome weight of debt, he struggled to make ends meet each month.

The tedious paperwork was a burdensome task that seemed to never end.

The responsibilities of caring for her ailing parents became increasingly burdensome as their health declined.

The regulations imposed by the government proved to be burdensome for small businesses trying to survive.