One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Night after night a docker called Jack Fletcher takes a barrowload of carthorse manure off the docks, is stopped by the ultra-suspicious dock police and the manure thoroughly searched.’
- ‘Under the blazing August sun, workers pushed heavy barrowloads of salt along wooden planks to the top of an ever-higher heap of salt.’
- ‘All I could remember was heady days hauling in saithe, sea bass and mackerel by the barrowload.’
- ‘W. H. Hudson comments on the gauchos' terrific waste of meat, excess being fed to the dogs by the barrowload.’
- ‘5 big barrowloads of soil already shifted from that hole, and the pile of bricks is half of them.’
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