Wagonload

/ˈwaɡ(ə)nləʊd/

Origin

First recorded in 1715–25; wagon + load (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Wagonload

Wagonload

noun

  1. the load carried by a wagon.
  2. the load that is or can be carried by a wagon

dictionary.com

Wagonload

noun

  1. An amount of something that can be carried in one wagon.

lexico.com

Wagonload

noun

  1. : a load that fills or could fill a wagon a wagonload of apples
  2. : an indefinitely large quantity a wagonload of options

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Example sentences for Wagonload

  1. Freckles helped the Angel climb on a wagonload of canvas in the shade.
  2. The straw-wagon, laden with children seated upon the golden trusses of straw, looked like a wagonload of blossoms.
  3. The train has come in, here at Pierrefitte, and the diligence for Cauterets is just leaving, attended by a wagonload of trunks.
  4. He produced a steam locomotive122 that operated on the streets of London and the public highways, hauling a wagonload of people.
  5. When old kazoozer comes back he'll bring a wagonload of sheriffs and a cannon or something.

Nearby words

wagon boss , wagoner , wagonette , wagon-headed , wagon-lit , wagon master , wagon roof , wagon seat , wagon soldier , wagon train

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