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Synonyms for freight

Synonyms for freight

something carried physically

to place a burden or heavy load on

to make or become full; put as much into as can be held

to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

Synonyms for freight

goods carried by a large vehicle

transporting goods commercially at rates cheaper than express rates

the charge for transporting something by common carrier

transport commercially as cargo

load with goods for transportation

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I fully authorize you at once to assume the command of the Pharaon, and look carefully to the unloading of her freight.
After several long councils it was decided that, in order to expedite matters, Perry should return to the prospector with a strong party of Mezops and fetch the freight I had brought from the outer world.
Beneath the paddles of the natives and the five remaining members of his pack Bulan sped up the dark river after the single prahu with its priceless freight.
This was a fine adjustment, for by working hammer-and- tongs through a twelve-hour day, after freight had been deducted from the selling price of the wood in Los Angeles, the wood-chopper received one dollar and sixty cents.
Then he plodded down the road himself, to the water tank, where half a dozen empties lay on a side-track waiting for the up freight.
Then trust in the winds without care, and haul your swift ship down to the sea and put all the freight no board; but make all haste you can to return home again and do not wait till the time of the new wine and autumn rain and oncoming storms with the fierce gales of Notus who accompanies the heavy autumn rain of Zeus and stirs up the sea and makes the deep dangerous.
Please freight it with a couple of thousand-dollar bills and let it go.
Freight, by Indian-back, over Chilcoot to Lake Linderman, had jumped from sixteen to thirty cents a pound, which latter was a rate of six hundred dollars a ton.
It appeared preferable to freight vessels at New York, and to load them with the iron in bars.
The men on the freight trains, who go over the whole length of the road, bow to me as to an old acquaintance, they pass me so often, and apparently they take me for an employee; and so I am.
He shrunk up his shoulders at it when it was first proposed to him; but in a few days after he came to me, with one of the missionary priests for his interpreter, and told me he had a proposal to make to me, which was this: he had bought a great quantity of our goods, when he had no thoughts of proposals made to him of buying the ship; and that, therefore, he had not money to pay for the ship: but if I would let the same men who were in the ship navigate her, he would hire the ship to go to Japan; and would send them from thence to the Philippine Islands with another loading, which he would pay the freight of before they went from Japan: and that at their return he would buy the ship.