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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHIPLOAD

I sailed this summer from Iceland with forty men and a shipload of goods.

A shipload can be bought of the natives for three cents apiece.

The only novelty was that it was the first shipload of Africans brought to English-America.

Bristol doth every year send away a shipload at least of such.

A shipload of good wives were the best cargo England could send us.

Mr. Marks said yes; he could get Rossetti a shipload if he chose.

To find a lump of gold, after he had brought to England a shipload of yellow sand!

The sale of a shipload of these goods in that country is as rapid as it is lucrative.

It must undoubtedly have cost at least a shipload of doubloons to build the castle.

One could buy a shipload of their goods or a few pesetas' worth.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SHIPLOAD

cargo

nounbaggage; something to be delivered
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