verb (used with object), un·lad·ed, un·lad·ing.
verb (used without object), un·lad·ed, un·lad·ing.
- unknown quantity,
- unknown soldier,
Origin of unlade
Examples from the Web for unlade
Alsoe it was ordayned to begyn to unlade our shipps on Munday, Mr. Cockram to be at Hollandes house to take acco.Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II|Richard Cocks
And Tonomon Samme departed, biding me unlade our goodes when we would.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I|Richard Cocks
Consequently, it was necessary to unlade it, and they had to resolve to leave it behind in the port, to their great sorrow.
It was now decided by the pirate-chief that our crew should be set to work to unlade the vessel.
I propose that we should at once make for yonder niche in the cliffs, and unlade the canoes.The Kangaroo Hunters|Anne Bowman