Definition of busload
: a load that fills a bus busloads of tourists
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But until recently they were often rounded up by police and deported back to Venezuela by the busload.
Attendance: With about 80 busloads of children on hand, Wednesday's announced attendance was 6,596, the 21st sellout of the season.
Every week, busloads of students stroll through exhibits.
AvGeeks [aviation enthusiasts] from around world and curious tourists come by busload from the cruise ships to the beach.
Evoking feelings of patriotism, a high point of the five-day Fourth of July festival in Barrington came Saturday afternoon when three busloads of U.S. Navy personnel visited with attendees, organizers said.
The death of Ridge Barden, a 16-year-old defensive tackle, hit both schools hard; eight busloads of Homer students attended Barden’s wake and funeral.
The beaches are a short drive away and water parks hold summer camp kids by the busload.
Busloads of fans are expected to fill the 4,000-seat stadium, and Christos old-timers are flying in for the game (not to mention the tailgate).
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: a large group of people that fills a bus
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