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armload

[ahrm-lohd] /ˈɑrmˌloʊd/
noun
1.
Chiefly Midland U.S. armful (def 1).
Origin of armload
arm1 + load
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  • The woman who takes you off her hands gets an armload of responsibility.

  • I said to him, just as he opened the door for me and I went in with an armload of wood, and he shut the door after me.

  • Take a run below, Jeremy, and bring up an armload of cutlasses.

    The Black Buccaneer Stephen W. Meader
  • He then left the room, reappearing in a few minutes with an armload of bottles.

    Haunted Places in England Elliot O'Donnell
  • When he came back he was staggering under the weight of his armload, his face red.

    The Skull Philip K. Dick
  • Polly took an armload of things away from her and put them back in the highboy.

    The Cup of Fury Rupert Hughes
  • Sanchez walked in with an armload of bright-colored Havana Arribas.

    The Five Arrows

    Allan Chase
  • Under Ashe's direction Ross collected an armload of firewood.

    The Time Traders Andre Norton
  • Then he brought an armload of clean horse blankets from a closet.

    A Girl Of The Limberlost Gene Stratton Porter

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