Definition of Payloads

1. Noun. (plural of payload) ¹



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Definition of Payloads

1. payload [n] - See also: payload

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Payloads

payesses
payest
payeth
payfone
payfones
paygrade
paygrades
paying
paying(a)
paying attention
paying back
payings
payload
payloader
payloaders
payloads (current term)
paymaster
paymasters
payment
payment rate
payment schedule
payment service
payments
payn
payndemain
paynim
paynimry
paynims
paynize
paynized

Literary usage of Payloads

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. National Space Transportation Policy: Issues for Congress by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The Role of DOD payloads in RLV Development Many of the industry-government partnership schemes for RLV funding under debate within the executive branch ..."

2. Vostok Station: Point of Impact by Kerry Plowright (2005)
""These big fellas are like the Bl. Just bigger and capable of longer distances with bigger payloads. Not the same ground-hugging accuracy as ours. ..."

3. High Frontier: The U.S. Air Force and the Military Space Program by Curtis Peebles (1998)
"In future, it would carry only research payloads or payloads specifically ... And because the backlog of military payloads awaiting launch, caused by the ..."

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