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  • noun Plural form of armload.

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Examples

  • Many aspirant voters had arrived carrying "armloads" of registration forms in the hope of increasing their competition chances.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Jane swung open the doors of the wardrobe and began pulling out armloads of dresses.

    Uprising

  • People ran down the center of the street clutching armloads of looted food, clothes, shoes, and liquor bottles.

    Burial for a King

  • As he hurried down Auburn Avenue toward the church, Bernard LaFayette passed the SCLC offices and saw people coming out of the door with armloads of papers and books.

    Burial for a King

  • Jane swung open the doors of the wardrobe and began pulling out armloads of dresses.

    Uprising

  • Michael had snuck out to the wholesalers before dawn to buy armloads of daisies.

    Skipping a Beat

  • But every March, I gather armloads of the bright yellow blooms from my own yard and put them into vases.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • People ran down the center of the street clutching armloads of looted food, clothes, shoes, and liquor bottles.

    Burial for a King

  • He drove up to our house in a fancy town car with armloads of presents for Kim—much like he had done for our mother when he took her on a shopping spree and once for us girls before school started—and took her away with him for a weekend.

    History of a Suicide

  • As he hurried down Auburn Avenue toward the church, Bernard LaFayette passed the SCLC offices and saw people coming out of the door with armloads of papers and books.

    Burial for a King

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