Definition of Truckloads

1. Noun. (plural of truckload) ¹



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Definition of Truckloads

1. truckload [n] - See also: truckload

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Truckloads

truckle
truckle bed
truckle beds
truckled
truckler
trucklers
truckles
truckless
trucklet
trucklets
trucklike
truckline
trucklines
truckling
truckload
truckloads (current term)
truckmaker
truckmakers
truckmaking
truckman
truckmaster
truckmasters
truckmen
trucks
truckway
truckways
trucky
truckyard
truckyards
truculence

Literary usage of Truckloads

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1. With the Doughboy in France: A Few Chapters of an American Effort by Edward Hungerford (1920)
"... 162 truckloads of Red Cross supplies and materials were sent out on less than twelve hours' notice, 288 truckloads and material on twenty-four hours' ..."

2. Railway Rates: English and Foreign by James Grierson (1886)
"In almost every instance, Sir B. Samuelson has taken the lowest rates in Germany, Belgium and Holland, which are applicable only to full truckloads of 5 and ..."

3. The Traffic Field: Comprising The Industrial Traffic Department by John William Cobey, Brunner Robeson, James P. Haynes, John H. Kane, Norman De Forest Chaplin, La Salle Extension University (1920)
"A large concern shipping many truckloads a day should sort out and ... Individual full truckloads may thus be sent to each of several receiving stations or ..."

4. Treatises in an Interstate Commerce and Railway Traffic Course by La Salle Extension University (1922)
"A large concern shipping many truckloads a day should sort out and route its ... Individual full truckloads may thus be sent to each of several receiving ..."

5. My Colonial Service in British Guiana, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Fiji, Australia by George William Des Vœux (1903)
"With a powerful glass I was able to observe the locomotive drawing truckloads of canes—each containing two tons—to the factory. Then the contents of each ..."

6. The Future of Our Agriculture by Henry William Wolff (1918)
"The " Wathen Fruit Growers' Association " in 1910 (being then five years old) disposed of about 40000000 boxes, equal to about 100 railway truckloads, ..."

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