freighting[ freyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF freighting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREIGHTING
He made the money by freighting groceries from Ohio to Maysville, Kentucky.
At last I made arrangements with a freighting outfit and went along with them.
Likely he expected to get some freighting to do when the boats came up the river.
This rig is used for freighting boxes and odd-shaped bundles.
Cow-punchers wouldn't be apt to do all that freighting on horseback.
And the boys are to be made bridle-wise, plains-broke for future freighting.
She was one of Colonel Byrd's freighting ships just in from overseas.
Two teams were employed in freighting in the corn, four round trips being required, Joel and Manly assuming the work.
The true double diamond is a hitch rarely called for save in army work or freighting pack trains, and will therefore be omitted.
Toward dusk he heard a freighting outfit working laboriously up from the creek.
early 13c., fraght, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht, vrecht, meaning originally "cost of transport" and probably from a lost Old Frisian word, from Proto-Germanic *fra-aihtiz "absolute possession, property" (cf. Old High German freht "earnings"), from *fra-, intensive prefix, + *aik "to be master of, possess," from PIE *aik- (see owe). Meaning "transporting of goods or passengers for money" is from late 14c. Danish fragt, Swedish frakt apparently also are from Frisian. As a verb, from late 14c.