Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In growing sea-island cotton, the operation of drawing up to the foot of the plant, with the hoe, the loose dirt left, by the plow.

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  • verb Present participle of haul.

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  • noun the activity of transporting goods by truck

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Examples

  • There is a time overhead in hauling the container to the container marshaling, which is recouped on the faster movement of container freight rail when clear paths are available.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ride the Freight Train

  • In the meantime, Hazel and Hattie were used every odd moment in hauling manure from Glen Ellen, whose barnyards had never known such a thorough cleaning.

    CHAPTER XX

  • So they both pulled together and succeeded with difficulty in hauling that net ashore, when they found it full of fish of all kinds and colours; — And Shahrazad perceived the dawn of day and ceased to say her permitted say.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Waiting for vacations, when we could all be together without phone calls hauling them off somewhere.

    Jinx High

  • A government above those fifteen parties, not subject to party pulling and hauling, is necessary.

    The New Germany

  • In the meantime, Hazel and Hattie were used every odd moment in hauling manure from Glen Ellen, whose barnyards had never known such a thorough cleaning.

    Chapter 20

  • Besides, his hands were full with his sister, or his arms, rather; while Buck was too near dead to be of further use in hauling the sled.

    Chapter 5, The Toil of Trace and Trail

  • Besides, his hands were full with his sister, or his arms, rather; while Buck was too near dead to be of further use in hauling the sled.

    Chapter 5

  • 'I do of all things delight in hauling good people's opinions out of their musty drawers, and seeing how they look when they're all pulled to pieces before their faces!

    Belinda

  • I love the idea of hauling a bed outside but my husband and son called me cuckoo and I sort of lost my verve for THAT idea.

    Maryjanes Farm...

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  • My adjectival use: 'Rather than hauling company they say haulage company.'

    My example as a singular noun: 'Their main work is hauling or haulage.'

    August 22, 2011