tons, dozens, heaps, lots, piles, scores, stacks, loads, rafts, slews, wads, oodles, gobs, scads, lashings
Meaning: a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed stacks of newspapers"
This morning the main loads were fodder.
It was plain that only the ponies could go by it--no loads.
All the ponies except three have now brought loads from the ship.
The Icelanders, though burdened with our loads, climbed with the agility of mountaineers.
"Now," said my uncle, after having completed these preparations, "now let us look to our loads.
Then from Catfish to Babylon it's a little swampy, but there's dead loads of peat down under there somewhere.
St. John Chrysostom says: "When anyone loads you with injuries, close your mouth, because if you open it you will only cause a tempest.
'Of course', said the man, 'that might be got too.' And after he had sat a while longer, he rose up and threw six loads of dry pitch-pine on the fire.
But they thought that he should have gathered together a number of fighting men and gone and punished Robin Hood and his outlaws for carrying off that valuable set of loads of cloth.
For instance, whenever a train of dogs had been travelling for a long time, almost perishing with the heat and their heavy loads, a glimpse of water would cause them to forget all their responsibilities.