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Correct spelling: encumbered

Common misspellings:

dncumbered, enchmbered, unimcumbered, encumb4red, encumbe4ed, ebcumbered, wncumbered, encumbeeed, unincombered, emcumbered, sncumbered, encumbrred, encumbeded, 3ncumbered, encumbefed, encunbered, encujbered, endumbered, enfumbered, encymbered, rncumbered, encumnered, incumbered, encumvered, enc7mbered, enc8mbered, encumberwd, unemcumbered, unencombered, 4ncumbered, encumhered, encukbered, encumgered, encumbdred, endimbrige, encumbsred, encumbeted, encumbwred, envumbered, encumb3red, ehcumbered, enxumbered, unincumbered, encombered, ejcumbered, encimbered, incumbert, encumbe5ed, encjmbered, encoutnered.

Examples of usage:

  1. The doors of the temple were thrown wide open; the temple- servants and hundreds of soldiers were busied in clearing the steps and approaches of the stones and fragments of statuary with which the heathen had encumbered them.  The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  2. It was no easy task to force their way over that rugged ground, covered with an unbroken growth of forest; and the difficulty was increased by the needless load of baggage which encumbered their march.  The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman
  3. Before going back, however, and attempting the passage up that awful slope, encumbered with Walford's helpless body, George thought it would be prudent to essay the passage alone, so that he might learn, from actual experience, the full extent of the danger, and thus be the better able to guard against disaster.  The Voyage of the Aurora by Harry Collingwood
  4. Gathering up the long skirts that encumbered her feet, she fairly flew along the path, panting with impatience rather than fear, as each step brought her closer to those lighted windows.  Norston's Rest by Ann S. Stephens
  5. Encumbered with guns and waggons, we could not dodge the enemy.  In the Shadow of Death by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald