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Definition of gruntload

gruntload

  • commonly used as the "politically correct" phase where "shitload" would normally be used. Origin: my guess is in the military. A lot of former service men have heard this word before, especially those involved in cargo and supply.
    We have a gruntload of stuff to do here!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Keith B. from Sandy, UT, USA on Dec 12 2001.

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