cartload

noun
cart·​load | \ ˈkärt-ˈlōd How to pronounce cartload (audio) , -ˌlōd \

Definition of cartload

: as much as a cart will hold

Examples of cartload in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web An Aurora woman, 68, was cited Dec. 28 for theft after leaving Giant Eagle with a cartload of unpaid items, including champagne, wine, seafood and other items totaling $520. Joan Rusek, cleveland, 14 Jan. 2021 Loveluck groundtruthed the model by scouring the English Pipe rolls, historic scrolls that record annual taxes paid by miners for cartloads of lead. Ann Gibbons, Science | AAAS, 30 Mar. 2020 Leonard is accused of fatally shooting 19-year-old Arthur Adams, who Orange County deputies said was stealing two cartloads of items — including diapers — from a Walmart in February 2017. Katie Rice, orlandosentinel.com, 2 Dec. 2019 The Bears did absolutely everything possible to supply skeptics of their struggling offense a cartload of evidence to confirm they are, at best, a work in progress and, at worst, a sloppy, disorganized group that can’t seize opportunities. Dan Wiederer, chicagotribune.com, 6 Sep. 2019 Lodge owner Steve Perrins on Thursday embarked on a massive grocery trip in Anchorage, buying cartloads of meat, vegetables, sandwich fixings, and breakfast staples like sausage, bacon and eggs. Zaz Hollander, Anchorage Daily News, 26 July 2019 At several points, he's seen bringing cartloads of luggage up to the room. David Montero, latimes.com, 2 May 2018 In recent days, Gazans have ferried cartloads of tires to the border fence with Israel. Loveday Morris, Washington Post, 6 Apr. 2018 After Kellogg’s dropped Breitbart and got a ton of initial backlash, some people responded by buying cartloads of Kellogg's cereal and taking them to food banks. Jay Willis, GQ, 2 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of cartload

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Cartload.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cartload. Accessed 27 Oct. 2021.

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