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Definition of load:

  1. That which is laid on or put in anything for conveyance; a burden; weight; a cargo or freight; as much as can be carried at once; that which is borne with pain or difficulty; anything oppressive or depressing; violence; the quantity of nine dishes of ore, each dish being about 1/ 2 cwt.
  2. To lay a burden on; to lay on as much as can be carried; to lay on or lade too much; to oppress; to embarrass; to encumber; to make heavy by something added; to charge a gun.

Common misspellings for load:

oud, loades, loaud, loag, laod, loas, preload, lod, loead, lood, aload, yoon, lond, loade, loasd, louad, looad, loax, losd, oad, loand, lound, loast, loaed, tonne.

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Examples of usage for load:

  1. A burden ( from the Anglo- Saxon byrthen, from the verb beran, bear) is what one has to bear, and the word is used always of that which is borne by a living agent. A load ( from the Anglo- Saxon l&# 257; d, a way, course, carrying, or carriage) is what is laid upon a person, animal, or vehicle for conveyance, or what is customarily so imposed; as, a two- horse load. Weight measures the pressure due to gravity; the same weight that one finds a moderate load when in his full strength becomes a heavy burden in weariness or weakness. A ship's load is called distinctively a cargo, or it may be known as freight or lading. Freight denotes merchandise in or for transportation and is used largely of transportation or of merchandise transported by rail, which is, in commercial language, said to be " shipped." A load to be fastened upon a horse or mule is called a pack, and the animal is known as a pack- horse or pack- mule.
  2. What, Paddy, was your religion such a load that you could not carry it along with you?
  3. How Faustus ate a load of Hay.

Quotes for load:

  1. You never know how a horse will pull until you hook him to a heavy load. - Bear Bryant
  2. A farmer travelling with his load Picked up a horseshoe on the road, And nailed if fast to his barn door, That luck might down upon him pour; That every blessing known in life Might crown his homestead and his wife, And never any kind of harm Descend upon his growing farm. - James Thomas Fields
  3. You don't really want to load up a whole lot, probably anything more than four hours before the race. I needed something to make me feel full, but I certainly didn't want it to make me feel stuffed. - Eric Heiden
  4. In films, the fact that you can always do a scene again takes a load off your mind, enabling you to strive for perfection, which I always wanted. - Jessie Matthews
  5. Well I forgot how different it was because I've been here for about four or five years. It's a big load off my shoulders now. Now that I'm there, I'm like, man, I can breathe a little bit, you know? - Latrell Sprewell

Idioms for load:

  1. few bricks short of a load
  2. one brick shy of a load
  3. be a load/ weight off your mind
  4. load sm or sth up ( with sm or sth)
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