Definition of busload
: a load that fills a bus busloads of tourists
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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).
Walla Walla is not looking for busloads of tourists or wild bachelorette parties, said Muriel Kenyon, whose family owns the Otis Kenyon winery.
Five years before that, a former Manila police officer held a busload of tourists from Hong Kong hostage.
DE NIRO Jane Rosenthal and I had started taking busloads down to restaurants below Canal Street to get things going —
Protesters clasped onto the fence Friday at the Gary/Chicago International Airport, shouting anti-deportation chants as two busloads thought to be full of people living in the U.S. illegally parked next to an airplane.
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: a large group of people that fills a bus
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