Some sentences are so overloaded with adjectives and ten-cent words that they lose all meaning.
They unplugged their cellphones from overloaded outlets so a girl with cerebral palsy could recharge her wheelchair.
The books were “diffuse, overloaded with minute and often irrelevant observation.”
Another problem: Those additions are also overloaded with sodium.
There do they pick and shovel; or bend forward, yoked in long strings to box-barrow or overloaded tumbril; joyous, with one mind.
The stomach and bowel are overloaded: they must be cleaned out.
They often fail because they are overloaded through the failure of lungs and skin to do their part.
Every century is an overloaded ship that must sink at last with most of its cargo.
It is solid and massive, and has no false or overloaded ornament.
Of course it is easy to say that it is extravagant, overloaded and debased; and so it may be.