[ haw-ler ]

  1. a person who hauls.

  2. a commercial trucking company.

  1. a vehicle used for hauling or trucking.

  2. Slang. a car capable of very high speeds.

Origin of hauler

First recorded in 1665–75; haul + -er1

Words Nearby hauler

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How to use hauler in a sentence

  • As Motor Matt walked toward the man with the leveled revolver, the wood-hauler cried out a startled "Madre mia!"

    Motor Matt's "Century" Run | Stanley R. Matthews
  • Matt stood and waited, trying to guess what the wood-hauler had said to cause such a change in the man's bearing.

    Motor Matt's "Century" Run | Stanley R. Matthews
  • Jos is a brother of Juan's, and Bascomb had the wood-hauler take charge of his daughter until he could get hold of her himself.

    Motor Matt's "Century" Run | Stanley R. Matthews
  • One rather long sound followed by three short ones means the water is low and water hauler should hurry.

    Farm Engines and How to Run Them | James H. Stephenson
  • Casting loose the brails, I put the out-hauler in the hands of a dozen of the savages, and set the example of pulling.

    Afloat And Ashore | James Fenimore Cooper