That speechless tongue, those prisoned features, that heart so freighted
with unspoken troubles, and that breast so oppressed with its piteous secret had been here.
It is the stick-boat that is freighted
It was a train of the living when it left Victoria, but it was driven and freighted
by the dead long before it reached its fate.
During the winter they freighted
their provisions, went moose-hunting, got all ready for the summer's work, and then loafed the bleak, dark months through in the big central camps such as Circle City and Forty Mile.
The paradox of it was that it was the story itself that was freighted
with his power, that was the channel, for the time being, through which his strength poured out to her.