Definition of Hauling:
move, pull to another spot
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Sentence/Example of Hauling:
In hauling round the cape, avoid a shoal which extends for a short distance from the shore on its western side.
His thoughts dwell on wagons stogged in the mire and big carthorses hauling at the collar at his voice and under his lash.
He soon has his whip in hand again and now he is hauling his team of six, the six big carthorses of his dreams, out of that rut.
The applications of wire ropes are very numerous, an important one being for winding and hauling purposes in mines.
Henry Burns, hauling with all his might, hand over hand, presently brought to the surface an enormous cod.
But on the Hebe Maitland the men were running around with paint pots and hauling out canvas from below.
The men forward were working by lantern, hauling up stuff from the hold, and piling it on deck to start unloading in the morning.
“Laugh an you will, lads,” says my uncle, then about the business of distributing genial invitations to the hauling-down.
"The cow seals never come twice to the hauling grounds," was the reply.
Next morning he climbed the hill to a level bench where some of his men were busy hauling logs to the top of the skids.