buttload

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From butt +‎ load. Compare earlier shitload.

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buttload (plural buttloads)

  1. (slang, chiefly US) A large amount. [from 20th c.]
    • 1999, Philip Greenspun, Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing, page 267:
      You can collect a metric buttload of data about user activity on your site without too much effort.
    • 2004, Theresa Alan, Spur of the Moment, page 264:
      Anyway, they are paying me a buttload of money to do this series, and I want to share my good fortune with you and that's that.
    • 2005, Napoleon Dynamite: The Complete Quote Book, Simon and Schuster, ISBN 1416915524, page 67:
      "Yeah, there's, like, a buttload of gangs at this school."

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