Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: burdens
IPA transcription: [b'ɝdənz]
Usage examples
  • "He does help us bear our burdens in a wonderful way."
  • At home the burdens of the people were extremely heavy.
  • I know how sweet you are; but the last thing I want is to add to your burdens.
  • And then may God grant unto you that your burdens may be light, through the joy of his Son.
  • It is not that I wish to avoid my share of the world's burdens, but that justice should be done.
  • The trained elephant does the work of twenty men piling logs, loading ships, or carrying burdens.
  • Nor did they relish spending more money publishing more literature, in short, adding greatly to the burdens of their campaign.
  • He had often said he had no pity for those who accepted burdens and then complained that they had not sufficient strength to carry them.
  • It was, of course, a comfort to have some one to share his sorrows; but it pained his tender heart to make another help bear his burdens.
  • The expense of the army and navy was great, and the ministry, in striving to lighten the burdens of the people, turned their eyes to the colonies.