LOADS


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
LOADSLake Ontario Atmospheric Deposition Study (various universities)
LOADSLoved Ones And Driver Support
References in classic literature ?
In the first he was quite right, and if my master had always been on the premises I do not think I should have been overloaded, but there was a foreman who was always hurrying and driving every one, and frequently when I had quite a full load he would order something else to be taken on.
Again I started the heavy load, and struggled on a few yards; again the whip came down, and again I struggled forward.
As she raked together what was left of the hay, the young wife shook off the bits of hay that had fallen on her neck, and straightening the red kerchief that had dropped forward over her white brow, not browned like her face by the sun, she crept under the cart to tie up the load.
The fellow seemed sane enough--yet ten loads of gold
And more--there are not only ten loads, but as many as fifty men may carry.
Forward then they set, the Indians with their horses well freighted, and the first load convoyed by Reed and five men, well armed; the gallant Irishman striding along at the head, with his tin case of despatches glittering on his back.
Children of the Camp are we, Serving each in his degree; Children of the yoke and goad, Pack and harness, pad and load.
He had driven his load half-way to the village when Jotham Powell overtook him, urging the reluctant sorrel toward the Flats.
During the halt Tess's eyes fell upon a three-pint blue mug, which was ascending and descending through the air to and from the feminine section of a household, sitting on the summit of a load that had also drawn up at a little distance from the same inn.
Make your camels lie down in this open space," he said, "so that we can easily load them; then we will go to the treasure.
Buck watched them apprehensively as they proceeded to take down the tent and load the sled.
At Sixty Mile they restocked provisions, added a few pounds of letters to their load, and held steadily on.