armload

[ahrm-lohd]
noun
Chiefly Midland U.S. armful ( def 1 ).

Origin:
arm1 + load

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The idea is that a driver toting an armload of grocery bags will have a hands-free solution to getting into their vehicle.
He then takes an armload of cigarettes, leaves the store and then quickly returns a second time to steal more cigarettes.
Because the vehicle will be shared, riders should limit their parcels to one armload or the equivalent of two grocery bags.
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