- n. Plural form of boatload.
“She is raking in boatloads of cash off the book and speaking engagements.”
“How can rag-tag boatloads of pirates operating from a failed state make a mockery of warships from more than a dozen countries and extract millions of dollars in ransom from the world's biggest shipping ...”
“Yahoo might do a deal with Microsoft for "boatloads" of money | GroundReport”
“Given that Yahoo has been trading in the teens recently and closed Wednesday at $14.94, it is unclear how high an offer would be considered "boatloads" of money.”
“Yahoo might do a deal with Microsoft for "boatloads" of money by Christine Fu”
“On stage, she said talks were continuing "a little bit" but it would take "boatloads" of money to agree to a deal.”
“But Ms. Bartz, who once suggested that any deal with Microsoft would come with "boatloads" of cash, disappointed some investors by failing to secure a big upfront payment.”
“Clearly Yang should have said "boatloads," in order to escape scorn.”
“boatloads" to Australia, however this "global trend" is not reflected by increased number of Muslim "refugees" reaching the shores of Saudi Arabia, UAE or Kuwait.”
“In fairness to jerry yang, he wasn't ridiculed for failing to use the word "boatloads" ( "wahmhoo said" My take on the early preview is that MS is trying to create a buzz.”
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