shedload

shedload

(ˈʃɛdˌləʊd)
n
a very large amount or number
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Perhaps they'll need to spend a shedload on heatproofing now they've noticed how warm it gets on the hottest day of the year.
There are a shedload of interesting music shenanigans taking place at The Bot these days.
Light Blues boss Steven Gerrard has already said it would take a shedload of cash to land his skipper.
There were elephant consultants, specialist movers, training, coaxing and a shedload of fruit.
Staged by the Bohemians theatre company, this hipshaking production based on the hit 1984 movie has everything going for it - eye-popping choreography, a shedload of good humour, and a funky set to match.
Bet their essays on "What I did today", should they write one, would make interesting reading; 'Went on a coach to Paphos harbour, walked in noisy gang along seafront scaring locals and tourists, found cafe, ate a shedload of chips, drank gallons of coke, walked back to coach.
DON'T LOSE A SHEDLOAD OF CASH THE average household stashes PS1,787 worth of valuables in sheds and garages - and one in 10 has kit worth more than PS25,000, research from Policy Expert reveals.
But featherweight Raza, who had won his last three inside the opening session, gave away a shedload of weight and a four-round beating to Sheffield's Qasim, who has never Joe been stopped in 71 contests (just three wins).
"Have a look and see how this organization has evolved since the British people last have a vote in 1975: They change their name and they introduce a shedload of more regulations and we have transferred a shedload of powers," Howarth said.
In fact Alfistas - as Alfa fans are universally known - realistically need look no further than the TwinAir Sprint model that kicks off the range at PS14,350 for a car that will deliver performance and economy with a shedload of style.
It's already sold by the shedload, of course, so now Jessie J's debut has been repackaged with three extra songs, to reap even more sales.
Anyway, Sarah needs a shedload of sequins to cover her shed.