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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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References in classic literature ?
I reckoned that the haul had brought in more than nine hundredweight of fish.
The haul truck monitoring system underscores Trimble"s holistic approach to operations management.
Better hydraulics systems assist in the balancing of loads and specialized equipment is often used to move large freight through the tight turns of the Dalton Highway, also known as the Haul Road.
Push trucks are used to help move freight over the mountainous regions of the Haul Road.
And the truth of the matter is unsafe drivers don't last long as heavy haul drivers, especially on the Haul Road, according to Thompson.