Definition of Truckload

1. Noun. A full truck or lorry ¹

2. Noun. A large number ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Truckload

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Truckload

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

Literary usage of Truckload

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1. Intermodal Freight Transportation: Combined Rail-Truck Service Offers Public (1993)
"As truckload companies have been faced with increased costs for fuel, taxes, ... Unlike UPS and the LTL companies, truckload companies have had difficulty ..."

2. The World Economy and the Environment: A New Relationship (1994)
"These Tibetans have driven miles to secure this truckload. orld's people, births and deaths are ... truckload."

3. New Jersey, a Guide to Its Present and Past (2007)
"A welfare society in Philadelphia sent a truckload of food to Shell Pile and ... Another truckload was announced. Some of Port Norris's white people were ..."

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