Definition of 'planeload'
Example sentences containing 'planeload'
Half an hour ago he had two prisoners he was about to interrogate, a planeload of weaponry, a revolution poised on the brink.SKORPION'S DEATH (2004)
`If Frascati was right," Chambers observed, `then they killed a whole planeload of passengers just to prove that the RPV worked.THE LAST RAVEN (2004)
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