- freight house,
- freight pass-through,
- freight ton,
- freight train,
- frejka pillow splint,
Origin of freighter
Examples from the Web for freighter
The 7,000-ton freighter is still stocked with sake bottles and four fighter planes, and it is encircled by gray reef.
He felt certain that the freighter had entirely eluded the vigilance of those on board the drab boat.
He reasoned that the ship must be a freighter of broad beam.Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers|H. Irving Hancock
The “Restless” and the freighter were now within a mile of each other, and almost head-on.
1620s, "one who loads," agent noun from freight (v.). Meaning "a cargo vessel" is from 1839, American English.