[T]he Agriculture Department abandoned the costly and burdensome review process it had applied to earlier claims.
But recently the obligations have gotten significantly more tedious and burdensome.
People returning home from prison struggle to reconnect with their families, find work and adhere to burdensome parole conditions.
They'll take your jobs (never mind that you don't want to do the burdensome and humble jobs they are willing to do)!
She was talking on the Senate floor about the burdensome cost of higher education.
Warren kept a "meal house," which phrase was a ruse that saved him from a burdensome hospitality.
She was told that she was a burden, and she desired to cease to be burdensome.
A number of burdensome directions about costume were published.
And the burdensome one is toilsome, while the delightsome one is pleasurable.
Children continue with the fosterer perhaps six years; and cannot, where this is the practice, be considered as burdensome.