load[ lohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF load
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOAD
The iron loop at the end was to put one's foot into when one wanted to load it.
One of our chaps, taking in a load of wounded, was chased and pelted the other day.
I am haunted by the thought that my car may break down when I have a load of wounded.
Merely to abstain from definition was like a load taken off my mind.
Two of us were going in company, each with a load of cotton.
The Pelican by this time had got rid of her load of fish and settled herself for conversation.
Allis's success with Lauzanne had taken a load from her spirits.
The proportions of these must be based upon the load to be carried.
As the load is increased so must the surface area of the planes be increased.
His load was missing: evidently one of the askaris had taken it up.