armload

noun
arm·load | \ˈärm-ˌlōd \

Definition of armload 

: armful

Examples of armload in a Sentence

an armload of clean clothes

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At an April swap Ms. Oakes hosted at retailer Lululemon ’s HUB Seventeen studio in Manhattan’s Flatiron district, many of the 135 attendees arrived early carrying armloads of plants and snaking in a line down the block. Michelle Slatalla, WSJ, "Plant Swaps: The Cheap Way to Score Rare Houseplants," 7 June 2018 Cumulatively, Weiss’s approach to pre-matrimony body management resembles one of those old TV competitions where contestants tore around a grocery store sweeping indiscriminate armloads of products into their cart. Charlotte Shane, The Cut, "I Think About This a Lot: Emily Weiss’s Wedding Prep Routine," 3 Apr. 2018 Among the most memorable: In 2006, a container filled with thousands of bags of Doritos washed up off Frisco, creating a frenzy as people snatched armloads of nacho cheese, cool ranch and spicy nacho varieties. Mark Price, charlotteobserver, "Maritime mystery: Where are 70 cargo containers that fell overboard off NC coast? | Charlotte Observer," 14 Mar. 2018 An aide trailed him, holding an armload of books for signing. Washington Post, "‘It’s our little Trump safe space.’ In troubled times, the president’s D. C. hotel is a refuge for his fans," 13 Dec. 2017 Nothing sucks the fun out of a Saturday afternoon like fighting through hordes of tourists pointing cameras at enormous, barking marine mammals, lugging armloads of shopping bags, and chowing down on clam chowder. Marisa Kendall, Philly.com, "'Forest bathing' and more: Trying out Airbnb's 'experiences'," 6 Oct. 2017 Sydney Torres, 22, who works at the nearby Mirage, seemed lost carrying an armload of sunflowers. Dennis Wagner, USA TODAY, "Amid mix of emotions, Las Vegas Boulevard reopens after shooting," 4 Oct. 2017 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. Oregonian Media Group Marketing Staff, OregonLive.com, "Criminal defense attorney focused on protecting defendants' rights," 16 June 2017 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. Maria L. La Ganga, idahostatesman, "What happens when a renowned stylist visits your home? Go behind the scenes with Fifi O’Neill," 10 June 2017

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1738, in the meaning defined above

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