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Arm load

Chiefly Midland U.S. (def 1).
Historical Examples

He threw the hitching strap to Belshazzar, and ran into the express office with an arm load of boxes.
The Harvester Gene Stratton Porter

A tall man, with an arm load of socks in bundles, got on the car.
The Crimson Thread Roy J. Snell

Having executed his mission successfully, he returned in a short time with an arm load of canister and case shot.
Two Wars: An Autobiography of General Samuel G. French Samuel Gibbs French

First walked the Harvester alone, with bared head, and he carried an arm load of white lilies.
The Harvester Gene Stratton Porter

Then he laid the books on the log, the arm load of plants beside them, and went to the river to wash his soiled hands.
The Harvester Gene Stratton Porter

Dan had carried in an arm load of books which Fitch indicated should be arranged, back-up, on the floor beside him.
A Hoosier Chronicle Meredith Nicholson


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