Definitions for "loaded"
In silverware, a hollow object (often a candlestick) which has been filled with pitch to give weight.
In silverware, a hollow part of a vessel, usually a candlestick, filled with pitch or sand for weight and stability.
having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value; as, She was not merely rich but loaded.
A car with all the options, or a very wealthy customer.
having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value; "an affluent banker"; "a speculator flush with cash"; "not merely rich but loaded"; "moneyed aristocrats"; "wealthy corporations"
Keywords:  mag, derision, lads, readership, ipc
British monthly mens 'style' mag. Not quite top shelf material. Once described as "the mens mag for men who don't want to be seen buying real w**k mags." Mention it with derision.
Loaded, first published by IPC in 1994, is the oldest British "lads' mag" - "For men who should know better". It was founded by James Brown, a former deputy editor of the music weekly New Musical Express. In its early days, the magazine's readership was once memorably described as "50% Sun readers and 50% Guardian readers".
Keywords:  drunk, performing
very drunk.
Performing while drunk.
Keywords:  cotillion, gremlin, sega, sequel, gore
Loaded is The Velvet Underground's fourth album. The album was released in September, 1970, one month after Lou Reed had left the band, by Atlantic Records' sub-label Cotillion Records.
Loaded is a top-down shooting game that was developed by Gremlin Interactive. Released in 1996 on both the Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn, the game received mixed reviews, and is notorious for its violence and gore. Loaded also spawned a sequel, "Re-Loaded", which was released on the Sony Playstation and PC at the end of 1996.
charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence; -- of statements or questions; as, a loaded question.
(of statements or questions) charged with associative significance and often meant to mislead or influence; "a loaded question"
Keywords:  tray, ladened, spin, dishes, great
containing as much or as many as is possible; -- of containers, vehicles, trays, etc.; as, a tray loaded with dishes
Descriptive of a shot that has a great deal of spin.
filled with a great quantity; "a tray loaded with dishes"; "table laden with food"; "`ladened' is not current usage"
containing a shell or an explosive charge ready for firing; -- of firearms. Opposite of unloaded.
In car audio, this term is used to describe a subwoofer/enclosure combination. A subwoofer cabinet without a subwoofer is said to be unloaded, and a cabinet with a subwoofer included is referred to as loaded.
(of weapons) charged with ammunition; "a loaded gun"
A painting is said to be loaded when it is painted thickly, often with a heavy impasto. A loaded brush is one charged to its full capacity with paint.
A filter element so full of contaminants that no longer can pass rated flow without excessive pressure differential. ( 099)
A filter element that has collected a sufficient quantity of insoluble contaminants such that it can no longer pass rated flow without excessive differential pressure.
pertaining to over-development of certain groups of muscles