Meaning: Not easily borne; wearing
Pronunciation: on-er-uh s
Usage/Example: 1. It should not be stunted by anti-immigration fervor or by archaic and onerous policies that don't match simple supply with demand. (Source: The Detroit News)
2. The agency, which promotes loans with onerous terms, is giving out flash student loans, as we have detailed, have strikingly onerous terms. (Source: ProPublica)
3. President requested updates related to overtime eligibility, but Texas AG thinks it's too onerous so he sues on behalf of 21 states. (Source: Patch.com)
Synonyms and Antonyms: Onerous
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