Haul [noun]

Definition of Haul:

something obtained or moved

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Sentence/Example of Haul:

Lower tax hauls from sales and personal income alone, according to recent projections, could cost state governments anywhere from $106 billion to $125 billion in fiscal year 2021, which began on July 1 in 46 states.

Meanwhile, Kyle Abbott, the Hampshire fast bowler who’s second on the county bowling charts in the same period, made history last September with a match haul of 17 wickets for 86 runs — the best figures returned by any bowler in more than 60 years.

However, working from home when there are no other options and everyone is doing it is vastly different from working remotely for the long haul.

While this may mark the end of many long haul driver jobs, TuSimple and others argue there’s already a shortage of drivers that will only grow in the future.

Long haul trucks spend the vast majority of their time on highways, and highways are simpler to navigate than city streets.

No doubt he is,” replied Sam; “but how will you manage to haul him up and prove that he has been swindling the old woman?

But the artillerymen believed that it was impossible to construct a road to haul guns up to this height.

The guns often sank almost to the trunnions; many a time the infantry had to help elephants and bullocks to haul them out.

A dead man came past their vessel; they lowered the boat, and proceeded to haul the clothes off the corpse.

There was another road into the valley—a public road—but it was a fifteen-mile haul.