- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unload.
“Hal was eating him up, literally on top of him, and Martin unloads a rocket that beats the goalie top shelf blocker side.”
“So, today, the internet is all abuzz over comments made by White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, dutifully recorded for posterity by The Hill's Sam Youngman, in which Gibbs "unloads" with "anger" over the complaints of the "professional left.”
“What parent 'unloads' the financial, job worries, etc on the 10 year old?”
“Obama "unloads" on high court for allowing more corporate influence over elections??”
“The hard part of running the low line in Turn 2 is with the transition of the progressive banking, the car 'unloads' when you have to run the bottom like that coming up off the corner," he said.”
“The driver "unloads" when disabling the driver and at shutdown.”
“This kind of triggered a memory - the Jackass movie where the guy goes into the hardware store and "unloads".”
“unloads" the knee joint and allows people to run or walk at a fraction of their weight.”
“You are parked at a stop light and the car ahead unloads nearly a full garbage bag of refuse onto the street.”
“Can't wait for the trial and hope he unloads on everyone from the Madigans to Daley.”
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