- trouble; bother.
- burden; encumbrance.
Origin of cumbrance
Related Words for cumbranceload, pressure, responsibility, strain, interruption, barrier, handicap, interference, drawback, snag, obstacle, impediment, deterrent, hitch, duty, albatross, task, encumbrance, oppression, tax
Examples from the Web for cumbrance
Historical Examples of cumbrance
Our chance may come another time, and we want not the cumbrance of children on our march.In the Wars of the Roses
How can I myself alone bear your cumbrance, and your burden, and your strife?Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy, Volume I
Charles Henry Mackintosh
So I parted with my public and my ferrets—for she was dead a' ready, my wife was, and I hadn't no cumbrance.Felix Holt, The Radical
- a burden, obstacle, or hindrance
- trouble or bother