Definition of armload
Examples of armload in a Sentence
an armload of clean clothes
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For example, if someone is convicted of stealing an armload of groceries from a supermarket, a sentence of one to two years could cost taxpayers between $36,000 and $40,000 a year for incarceration.
O’Neill starts many days on the road at Trader Joe’s, buying armloads of fresh flowers and bags of grapes, artichokes, limes and baked goods.
As the drone of a riding lawnmower and the whine of a weed-whacker cut the morning stillness, youngsters in combat fatigues strode into Jewett City Cemetery, armloads of American flags in tow.
After scooping up an armload of awards-season hardware for American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, the busiest man at FX, Ryan Murphy, is contemplating what comes next.
Then their oldest son, Tilden (Paul Sparks), enters bearing an armload of corn, fresh picked from a backyard that his parents know full well has been barren for years.
And users have responded in kind, eating up iOS apps by the armload.
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