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adjective as in traveling

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Employees were expected to move as the freight moved in order to get the freight unloaded quicker.

Spokesman Keefe said freight services have seen a pickup in chilled foods sent to Britain from more distant parts of Europe as a result of earlier concerns about delays at Dover.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday was planning to hold emergency talks with his government ministers on how to ensure the continued flow of freight into the country.

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The battery-powered, consumer-focused Badger pickup never entirely made strategic sense for Nikola, whose focus has always been on creating long-haul freight trucks fueled by liquid hydrogen.

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Apparently, investors can’t get enough of these kinds of freight app businesses.

But what he did was reasonably brave and freighted with all the symbolism of which he was well aware.

One can see an assignation end hopelessly, another can see it freighted with possibility.

You are converging two events that are freighted with expectations, essentially doubling your risk of disaster.

In The Paying Guests, the house, which creaks and stands so still and yet so freighted, is almost a character in itself.

Within days of 9/11 he was talking about a “crusade” to avenge the blow, without realizing how freighted that word was.

Along with his war-books, Thyrsis was reading his daily newspaper, which came to him freighted with the cynicism of the hour.

There I met a fellow who freighted me down with pump tools and I had to take back some of the wrenches I borrowed.

The distance has been made between these cities by a tug, with ten heavily-freighted barges, in six days.

Just before sunset my raft was complete and freighted with my outer clothing, boots and pistol.

I did not flatter myself so much because of my own merits, as on account of the richly-freighted old galleon.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freighted, such as: carried, conveyed, mobile, moving, passing, and shipped.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.