Definition of Cartloads

1. Noun. (plural of cartload) ¹



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Definition of Cartloads

1. cartload [n] - See also: cartload

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cartloads

cartilago epiphysialis
cartilago meatus acustici
cartilago nasi lateralis
cartilago septi nasi
cartilago sesamoidea laryngis
cartilago thyroidea
cartilago triticea
cartilago tubae auditivae
cartilago vomeronasalis
cartilege
cartiliginous
carting
cartless
cartlike
cartload
cartloads (current term)
cartmen
cartogram
cartograms
cartograph
cartographer
cartographers
cartographic
cartographical
cartographically
cartographies
cartographist
cartographists
cartography
cartology

Literary usage of Cartloads

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1. Tenures of Land & Customs of Manors by William Carew Hazlitt, Thomas Blount (1874)
"This manor had a prescriptive right, at the time of the survey, to eighty cartloads of wood out of ..."

2. Thomas Carlyle by Moncure Daniel Conway (1881)
"... and eagerly begs to keep for a second and a third perusal: it is among the best books she ever saw, worthy whole cartloads of their new ware. ..."

3. The Confessions of a Collector by William Carew Hazlitt (1897)
"... His Son-in-Law—The Millers of Craigentinny—'Inch-rule' Miller—He purchases at the Heber Sale by cartloads—My Efforts to procure Particulars of all the ..."

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