Definitions

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  • noun The amount of work allocated to students taking a class.

Etymologies

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class +‎ load

Examples

  • We were even more appalled when we found out that she had been lacking in diligence, having taken only a partial classload and was more than a year from graduation after four years and more than $100,000 of full tuition, room and board, etc.

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  • Sometimes you're trying desperately to drag yourself out of the bed futon on a cold morning, and the only things you can think of to motivate yourself are "oh boy, another full classload of sullen, unmotivated 16 year olds."

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: February 17, 2006 Archives

  • Sometimes you're trying desperately to drag yourself out of the bed futon on a cold morning, and the only things you can think of to motivate yourself are "oh boy, another full classload of sullen, unmotivated 16 year olds."

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  • Sometimes you're trying desperately to drag yourself out of the bed futon on a cold morning, and the only things you can think of to motivate yourself are "oh boy, another full classload of sullen, unmotivated 16 year olds."

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: February 2006 Archives

  • Partially I'm not happy with my classload and this school, but I have no where else I can go.

    waterdiluted Diary Entry

  • So let's see, thirty hours per year is a normal classload assuming no Summer classes (but most people do take Summer classes).

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • He went back to Donnelly, taking a full classload while also managing a restaurant, Tim said.

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  • He went back to Donnelly, taking a full classload while also managing a restaurant, Tim said.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • He went back to Donnelly, taking a full classload while also managing a restaurant, Tim said.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • After all, I have a heavier classload than lots of profs who give no writing work to begin with - and the writing courses usually end up in the foreign profs 'courses, though I think it's debatable who's better equipped to teach Korean students how to write in English.

    gordsellar.com

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