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haul

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of haul

  1. 1 the total amount collected or obtained especially at one time <our latest trip to collect shells at the beach resulted in quite a haul> Synonyms bounty, catch, take, yield Related Words bag; earnings, gain, gross, income, net, payoff, proceeds, profit, receipts, return, revenue, winnings; booty, loot, plunder, spoils, swag; appropriation, collection Near Antonyms deduction, loss, subtraction

  2. 2 a mass or quantity of something taken up and carried, conveyed, or transported <a truck carrying a large haul of lumber> Synonyms burden, cargo, draft, freight, load, lading, loading, payload, weightRelated Words consignment; boatload, carload, shipload, trainload, truckload, wagonload; ballast, deadweight; overload, surcharge; bale, bundle, pack, package, packet, parcel, shipment; manifest; body, bulk, mass

  3. 3 the act or an instance of applying force on something so that it moves in the direction of the force <the sharp haul strained the rope but didn't break it> Synonyms draw, pull, jerk, pluck, tug, wrench, yankRelated Words drag, tow; hitch, twitch; grab, snatchNear Antonyms heave, shove, thrustAntonyms push




haul

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of haul

  1. 1 to cause to follow by applying steady force on <a pair of strong oxen hauled the plow> Synonyms drag, draw, hale, pull, lug, tow, tugRelated Words attract; heave, jerk, yank; carry, convey, ferry, move, transportNear Antonyms shove, thrustAntonyms drive, propel, push

  2. 2 to support and take from one place to another <a vast army of trucks haul produce across America every day> Synonyms bear, cart, convey, ferry, carry, lug, pack, tote, transportRelated Words deliver, hand over, transfer; forward, send, ship, transmit; bring, fetch, take; move, remove, shift




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