Definition of armload in English:

armload

Syllabification: arm·load
Pronunciation: /ˈärmlōd
 
/

noun

The amount that can be carried with one arm or in both arms.
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  • The winners of the 14-hour endurance race get around all of the Magic Kingdom's attractions in a single day and take home several armloads of valuable Disney merchandise.
  • I stood with arms raised while the gang members bolted around the room, scooping up armloads of jewelry and gold, before taking flight out the back door.
  • Several men started up the side of the cliff toward the top - carrying armloads of ropes cut from the rows of playground swings.

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