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Definition of motherload

motherload

  • a huge shipment, large quantity.
    Joe just brought in a motherload of money last night.

    Last edited on Oct 14 2002. Submitted by Feiya W. from Richland, WA 99352, USA on Oct 14 2002.

noun

  • misspelling of 'mother lode' - the largest concentration of an ore deposit, metaphorically a large or primary source
    The antiquated phone switchboard became the mother lode for the identity thieves who had targeted the customers of the hotel.

    Last edited on Nov 08 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 08 2014.

  • misspelling of 'mother lode' - the largest concentration of an ore deposit, metaphorically a large or primary source

    Last edited on Nov 08 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 08 2014.

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Other terms relating to 'many, much, lots':

Definitions include: a lot.
Definitions include: an extremely large number, used for everyday real-world objects that are unknown and unknowable numbers.
Definitions include: with a large amount or number present.
Definitions include: many.
Definitions include: very; really; extremely.
Definitions include: a large amount or number.
Definitions include: extreme.
Definitions include: a lot.
Definitions include: having many of something.
Definitions include: to be many or much of something present.
Definitions include: "lot of".
Definitions include: a large amount.
Definitions include: many.
Definitions include: a lot
Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.

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Definitions include: golf.
Definitions include: something that could be confused for something else, due to close appearance, characteristics, etc.
Definitions include: variation of "douchebag", but deemed far worse.
Definitions include: an anus.
Definitions include: a portable box stereo system, typically furnished with radio, cassette player, and CD player.
Definitions include: a load of feces
Definitions include: to start consuming something, especially food.
Definitions include: to sacrifice one's integrity for personal gain.
Definitions include: "there you go"; "and then suddenly"; etc.
Definitions include: a displeasing person.

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