lading[ ley-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF lading
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LADING
Ah, lad, invoices and bills of lading are not done up in that fashion.
That you sent no lading in the ship is wonderfull, and worthily distasted.
Beware of lading your souls with the weight of small single sins.
I am therefore ready to deliver the said cargo according to the bill of lading.
But some one will meet them, and tell them that their lading is worthless?
An official record of a ship's size, the bills of lading, ownership, &c.
Domecq was working down below, lading the stuff into bullock-carts.
She used to pull out his notes and criticize them like bills of lading.
Jarette, I suppose, helped with the lading, and knew where it was stowed.
And some lading, some first fruits, must go back in the ships.
"act of loading a boat," early 15c., verbal noun from lade (v.).