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haul

1. A large number of things purchased or obtained. Alexis came home from the mall with quite a haul. I didn't know one person needed so many sweaters!
2. Unlawfully obtained goods. The burglars took off with quite a haul—all of my jewelry is missing.
3. slang A video posted online in which one shows and discusses many recent purchases. Also called a "haul video." I ended up buying so much stuff for my new apartment that I'm going to post a haul for you guys on Friday! And if you haven't already, check out my UK haul—I picked up tons of awesome goodies while I was overseas.

haul

1. n. the proceeds from a theft; loot. (Underworld.) The cops thought they must have got a pretty good haul.
2. n. the proceeds from any activity: a performance, a fishing trip, a collection of goods or money for charity, etc. They surveyed the haul of cans and packages and decided they had done a pretty fair job.
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