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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchargedcharged /tʃɑːdʒd $ tʃɑːrdʒd/ adjective  NERVOUSa charged situation or subject makes people feel very angry, anxious, or excited, and is likely to cause arguments or violence the charged atmosphere in the room a highly charged debate
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chargedThe already charged atmosphere erupted into violence when police told the crowd to disperse.The elections took place in the highly charged atmosphere of mass demonstrations.Abortion is still a very emotionally charged issue in the U.S.In a highly charged press conference, Armstrong defended his attack on the children.charged atmosphereAn important feature of this research is that it is carried out in a politically charged atmosphere.And the eyes in his paintings hold the key to the psychologically charged atmosphere.Almost certainly the explanation lies in the highly charged atmosphere of a battlefield on the eve of battle.The highly charged atmosphere of the House panel contrasted sharply with a similar investigation being conducted in the Senate, where Sen.It is not impossible, in this highly charged atmosphere, that the party leader will be replaced by the weekend.
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