From cumber + -ed.
- simple past tense and past participle of cumber
cumbered (comparative more cumbered, superlative most cumbered)
- (now rare) Hampered; encumbered.
- 1910, Saki, ‘Cross Currents’, Reginald in Russia:
- Vanessa Pennington had a husband who was poor, with few extenuating circumstances, and an admirer who, though comfortably rich, was cumbered with a sense of honour.