Definition of Planeload

1. Noun. As much, or as many, as a plane can carry ¹



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Definition of Planeload

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planeload

plane polarized light
plane sailing
plane seat
plane section
plane suture
plane table
plane tables
plane ticket
plane tree
plane wart
plane wave
planed
planeful
planefuls
planelike
planeload (current term)
planeloads
planemo
planemos
planeness
planenesses
planer
planer tree
planer trees
planerite
planers
planes
planes of reference
planesful
planeside

Literary usage of Planeload

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1. A Modern Form of Slavery: Trafficking of Burmese Women and Girls Into by Dorothy Q. Thomas, Sidney Jones (1993)
"One planeload was given one room and the other planeload another room. They had to take tablets and get injections every day. Everyone learned who had ..."

2. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"... 1986, the day after Dutton left Central America, another planeload of munitions, paid for by the Enterprise arrived at the Airbase for the Southern ..."

3. Zones of Strain: A Memoir of the Early Cold War by Alfred Connor Bowman (1982)
"The first encounter was on July 16, about twelve days after my arrival, when a planeload of journalistic stars descended for a conference devoted to the ..."

4. A Modern Form of Slavery: Trafficking of Burmese Women and Girls Into by Dorothy Q. Thomas, Sidney Jones (1993)
"One planeload was given one room and the other planeload another room. They had to take tablets and get injections every day. Everyone learned who had ..."

5. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"... 1986, the day after Dutton left Central America, another planeload of munitions, paid for by the Enterprise arrived at the Airbase for the Southern ..."

6. Zones of Strain: A Memoir of the Early Cold War by Alfred Connor Bowman (1982)
"The first encounter was on July 16, about twelve days after my arrival, when a planeload of journalistic stars descended for a conference devoted to the ..."

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