The number of passengers or the quantity of cargo that a bus can carry.(noun)
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Use "busload" in a sentence
"Life Without Lawyers is knit together with the kinds of stories that make law-school graduates want to laugh right along with that joke about what you call a busload of lawyers at the bottom of the ocean."
"On one of the tours of the countryside our busload was a little UN with 35 of us from Guatamala, Uroguay, Costa Rico, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Portugal, USA and Canada."
"While a 'really cool mullah' who had offered to host a 'busload' of mourners for the day told her: 'Iran needs a Renaissance!!!!!!!!!!'"