busload

[buhs-lohd]
noun
an amount or number as great as a bus can hold.

Origin:
bus1 + load

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Example sentences
So, clutching their prescriptions, they are crossing the northern and southern
  borders by the busload.
By the busload they came, beckoned by the white fluorescent cross that
  shimmered through the sleet.
It can include leading a busload of school kids on a hike or finding and
  patching up an injured hiker.
Tourists brought in by the busload soon began to outnumber residents on the
  beach.
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