Synonyms of haul in English:

haul

verb

  • 1 she hauled the laden basket up the slope
    drag, pull, tug, heave, hump, trail, draw, tow, manhandle
    informal lug
    North American informal schlep
    archaic hale
    [Antonyms] push
  • 2 a contract to haul coal over a five-year period
  • Phrases

    haul someone over the coals

    he can expect to be hauled over the coals for criticizing his club See reprimand (verb)

    noun

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  • the thieves were forced to abandon their haul
    booty, loot, plunder; spoils, stolen goods, gains, ill-gotten gains
    informal swag, the goods, hot goods, boodle
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