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cumbrance

[kuhm-bruh ns] /ˈkʌm brəns/
noun
1.
trouble; bother.
2.
burden; encumbrance.
Origin of cumbrance
1275-1325
1275-1325; Middle English combraunce, aphetic variant of acombraunce defeat, harassment; see encumbrance
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cumbrance

/ˈkʌmbrəns/
noun
1.
a burden, obstacle, or hindrance
2.
trouble or bother
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