Unloading [verb]

Definition of Unloading:

take off; empty

Synonyms of Unloading:

Opposite/Antonyms of Unloading:

Put on







Sentence/Example of Unloading:

I made them unload the drays and carry the loads to firm ground.

In the days of astrology it was customary to unload it upon a star.

Some of them did not unload, but others dumped piles of freight by the docks.

We'll unload in the pool rooms on the Coast, same as we did before.

If it was Esther Tidditt she could unload her cargo of gossip at some other port.

Suppose you unload them and come back along the edge of the cañon?

Then I promise to unload my pistols as soon as we get into the carriage.

They had to unload a good many times and were gone five hours.

All three hurried down to the barn and there began to unload the boxsled.

Standing in the house-room, he could see her head as she proceeded to unload the straw.