The classic, of course, is the unladen citizen, a person naked of even a modest shoulderbag or marsupial pocket.
He first ordered the camels to be unladen, and the tents to be pitched.
A small yacht belonging to the merchant lay, just unladen, near the bridge of boats.
The canoes had been well secured to trunks of trees, though not unladen.
The door-sill of the home is the wharf where heavy life is unladen.
Then the wearied beasts were unladen, fires were lighted, and a meal cooked.
Proceedings followed in the Admiralty, and the goods were not sold; but the ship was found to be rotten, and had to be unladen.
Boats reach the sea from thence in a day and a half; but their navigation back, even when unladen, is the labour of days.
Dicky completed his round, and pushed his unladen trolley Grinder-ward with a fuller sense of responsibility than ever.
Boats reach the sea from thence in a day and a-half; but their navigation back, even when unladen, is the labour of nine days.
with no load; unloaded