We had sent his substitute, the poultry-dealer, with a cartload of odds and ends to Galicia, just to have him out of the way.
Yes, I used it to pay for a cartload of firewood I bought from a peasant.
A cartload of wood was sent to his place; papa Sournois converted it into money, and got drunk with the proceeds for a fortnight.
When they land, the countryside turns out and catches them by the cartload.
He had brought a cartload of novels—and before we had been in the place a week he was complaining that he had nothing to read.
In the rear of this party of fugitives was a cartload of women and children.
When Josiah went to Springfield to buy any thing, he took a cartload of things with him to exchange.
After that it was sold by the cartload as food for the pigs, or went on to the dungheap.
Cartmen charged wildly and exorbitantly—some having to pay as high as fifty dollars to have carted away a cartload of stuff.
Let's get a cartload of sod, and fix them all up this afternoon.
A large amount; lots; heaps, a SHITLOAD: Government documents tend (especially when there are cartloads of them) to induce a certain myopia (1570s+)