cartload

noun
cart·​load | \ˈkärt-ˈlōd, -ˌlōd\

Definition of cartload 

: as much as a cart will hold

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At several points, he's seen bringing cartloads of luggage up to the room. David Montero, latimes.com, "Vegas police release first video of officers breaching door of mass shooter at Mandalay Bay," 2 May 2018 In recent days, Gazans have ferried cartloads of tires to the border fence with Israel. Loveday Morris, Washington Post, "Burning tires, tear gas and live fire: Gaza clashes turn deadly," 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, "How an Activist Group Turned to the Dark Side to Hit Breitbart Where It Hurts," 2 Mar. 2018 Theft, Snow Road: Police are looking for a man who wheeled a cartload of groceries out of Giant Eagle, 14650 Snow, without paying for them. Bob Sandrick, cleveland.com, "Man jumped, beaten outside bowling alley; drunk worker raises ruckus at Amber's Cabaret: Brook Park police blotter," 2 Feb. 2018 Some of the scientists described sending cartloads and even trains full of fossils back to Peking for lab analysis. National Geographic, "Meet 7 Celebrity Fossils and Find Out What Made Them Famous," 25 Sep. 2016

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First Known Use of cartload

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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