- a list of goods sent by a common carrier, as a railroad, with shipping directions.
- air waybill.
Origin of waybill
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Examples from the Web for waybill
He vengefully marked the waybill of the parcel that had exploded.Space Platform
Tell the claim agent there wont be salvage enough to fill a waybill.Ralph, the Train Dispatcher
That cotch cam' in safe eneuch; and it puzzled me quite to see yer name bookit in the waybill, an' ye no come.
“Yes, please,” cried Laura eagerly; and walking round, he stopped to read a waybill.By Birth a Lady
George Manville Fenn
A paper resembling a waybill was made out by the agent of the line at the starting point.Historic Highways of America (Vol. 10)
Archer Butler Hulbert
- a document attached to goods in transit specifying their nature, point of origin, and destination as well as the route to be taken and the rate to be charged
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