supercharged, unpaid, laden, fraught, due, negatively charged, aerated, full, polar, effervescent, intense, hot, positively charged, emotional, bought, owed, owing, live, saturated, filled, provocative
accused (part of speech: verb)
energized (part of speech: verb)
commanded (part of speech: verb)
delegated (part of speech: verb)
priced (part of speech: verb)
attacked (part of speech: verb)
harried, attacked, barraged, assailed, battered, lunged, fought, scarified, flayed, hammered, savaged, invaded, raped, pounded, scathed, bombarded, trounced, rioted, thrust, scorched, lashed, struck, raided, stricken, combated, stormed, hit, assaulted, violated, slashed
blamed (part of speech: verb)
sued (part of speech: verb)
- With a conscience like his, a soul charged with crime, no wonder. - "The Lone Ranche", Captain Mayne Reid.
- If a negro be charged with a crime, even if it be known that he is guilty, he must be given the same fair treatment before the law that is accorded the white man. - "Negro Migration during the War", Emmett J. Scott.
- Twenty or twenty- five cents is the price usually charged, and from that to a dollar. - "Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce", E. R. Billings.