Definitions

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  • n. shitload; a large amount.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The honey provides a lovely sweetness and the mustard, though I used what chefs refer to as 'a bleedin 'shedload', mellows beautifully in cooking.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Secretary, he has had a shedload of free publicity.

    The Home Secretary Is Also Stupid

  • You don't think that stems from having F-111s drop a whole shedload of explosives on you back in the 80s, does it?

    Yo, Moammar, try the veal at Solaia (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Expert groups including Close Encounters, The Flying Squad and The Airheads will be stringing up some of the biggest and boldest for a long weekend of kaleidoscopic colour and – well – a shedload of kites, frankly.

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  • They were married for 9 months, at which point she had a shedload of surgery to make herself feel better.

    Big Brother 2010 final: the liveblog

  • I'm so glad I deleted a comment last night after a shedload, about the horrors of Popish architecture when compared with the eye-watering joy of this photograph.

    Atheists & Dolphins

  • After all the answer to the difficulty of managing data is to just shovel more data in the hopper, by the shedload, and make sure that the kind of data grows ever-more sensitive and important.

    Boing Boing

  • Just discovered I had a shedload of comments to moderate for www. documentationdoctor.com.

    Comment spam!

  • A metric shedload of anecdotal data from various diabetes newsgroups and forums over the years would tend to agree with your premise.

    Rapid health improvements with a Paleolithic diet | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • I've got a shedload of stuff* in this fortnight's Private Eye.

    Archive 2009-06-01

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