Definition of Busload

1. Noun. The quantity of cargo or the number of passengers that a bus can carry.




Definition of Busload

1. Noun. The amount that can fit on a bus. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Busload

1. a load that fills a bus [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Busload

busked
busker
buskers
busket
buskets
buskin
buskined
busking
buskings
buskins
busks
busky
busless
buslike
busload (current term)
busloads
busman
busman's holiday
busman's holidays
busmen
buspirone
buspirone hydrochloride
buss
busse-buschke disease
bussed
bussell
bussenite
busser
bussers

Literary usage of Busload

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1. Diary of a Nobody by George Grossmith, Weedon Grossmith (2001)
"We arrived at theatre, where, curiously enough, all our ‘busload except an old woman with a basket seemed to be going in. I walked ahead and presented the ..."

2. Adventure Guide to Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2005)
"Despite turning away a busload of gay partygoers a few years ago, the Manuel Antonio area attracts a large number of both foreign and local homosexuals. ..."

3. War Crimes in Bosnia-Hercegovina by Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S.), Ivana Nizich (1992)
"In early May, armed Serbs entered our village searching for weapons but found nothing and left peacefully. On May 16, at approximately 5:00 am, a busload of ..."

4. Broken People: Caste Violence Against India's "Untouchables" by Smita Narula (1999)
"Two jeeps followed by a busload of police were also part of the procession. When the procession passed through ..."

5. Silencing a People: The Destruction of Civil Society in Haiti by Americas Watch Committee (U.S.), National Coalition for Haitian Refugees (1993)
"... with a busload of passengers. When he turned off the national highway toward Petite Riviere de 1'Artibonite, his bus was stopped by soldiers who forced ..."

6. Genocide in Iraq: the anfal campaign against the Kurds by George Black (1993)
"Only one busload of prisoners now remained. The men's plan was this: When the first guard entered the bus to take the prisoners ..."

7. Adventure Guide to Guatemala by Shelagh McNally (2003)
"On April 29, a busload of 23 Japanese tourists arrived to shop at the markets. A young local woman and her elderly friend were stopped at a stall. ..."

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