Unburthen Un*bur"then, v. t. [1st pref. un- + burthen.] To unburden; to unload. [1913 Webster]

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  • unburthen — unburˈden, (archaic) unburˈthen transitive verb 1. To free from a burden 2. To discharge, cast off (eg a burden) 3. (reflexive) to tell one s secrets or anxieties freely, unbosom (oneself) • • • Main Entry: ↑unburden * * * unburthen, ed, some… …   Useful english dictionary

  • unburden — /ʌnˈbɜdn/ (say un berdn) verb (t) 1. to free from a burden. 2. to relieve (one s mind, conscience, etc., or oneself) by disclosure or confession of something. 3. to cast off or get rid of, as a burden or something burdensome; disclose; reveal.… …   Australian English dictionary

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