from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A light truck with an open body and low sides.
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- n. A light truck with an open cargo bed.
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- n. a light truck with an open body and low sides and a tailboard
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She was so mad, she hadnt seen him jump from Buddys pickup truck and run up the yard.
There was a light brown pickup truck parked in the gravel driveway, and in front of that a dark blue, fourdoor automobile with its right rear end jacked up.
Supper was in the oven and Sharon had the evening chores done when the pickup truck with the horse trailer crested a hillock and approached the barns.
George starred sipping early, and at dusk Christmas Eve, store manager Leo Thomas drove up to the house in a pickup truck and dropped George off—literally.
You are all welcome here, announces David Tenant from the flatbed of his mushroom brown GMC pickup truck in the parking lot of the Do-It-Yourself Hardware store on Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park.
As she waited, a quick glance around showed Carly that, while there was a pickup truck parked in front of a cluster of mini-warehouses farther down the street, no one was in sight.
We moved that night in the dark, shoving as much furniture as possible into an old Chevy pickup truck Alice's new husband,-Silas, had borrowed from a friend.
Ginny and Fran rode with Skip in his aging pickup truck over to House Junction, a warehouse-size store that sold just about everything needed to maintain a home.
Janet and I sat on the edge of the porch counting the cows in the distant pasture when Edson Tucker's pickup truck came barreling over the hill and down the road.
He drove his battered 1985 blue pickup truck up along Scotchman Peak Road, his metal berry pickers and two gallon-size pails rattling in a cardboard box next to him.