I feel that I am a burden to everyone, that no one will ever love me.
I know I'm a burden; you don't have to repeat it.
He was staying up nights, had never felt so weary, was going to school with his eyes puffed and bleary.
We shall leave off wearing our achgans because they are susceptible of improvement, but think nothing of surrendering our heads to their hats, though no headgear could well be uglier.
A title whose seeming tautology made it clear that she was primarily interested in poetry.
By whittling off unwanted parts, the car's performance will be brought into full play.
Close to the California line, where the group stopped to bathe in a river, Noah, feeling he was a hindrance to the others, wandered away.
Do you think the child is a burden? Not in the least. In fact she adds joy to our lives.
Douglas lay watching his feet, free of the heavy shoes, the chunks of winter fallen away from them.
He managed to run up and take dinner with her between six and seven, and to remain home until nine o'clock in the morning, but the novelty of this waned after a time, and he began to feel the drag of his duties.