[ US /ənˈɫoʊdɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnlˈə‍ʊdɪd/ ]
  1. (of weapons) not charged with ammunition
    many people are killed by guns thought to be unloaded
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How To Use unloaded In A Sentence

  • My ships have now unloaded five thousand tons of kit for five and a half thousand troops -- that's nearly a ton each! ONE HUNDRED DAYS
  • Unloaded the top is about parallel with the bottom, so it sags nicely with a laptop on top. $8 DIY Aluminum Laptop Stand | Lifehacker Australia
  • When he got back to the office, Green unloaded on his staff.
  • Since March, he has unloaded 1.3 million shares.
  • There used to be, and belike is yet, a custom, in all maritime places which have a port, that all merchants who come thither with merchandise, having unloaded it, should carry it all into a warehouse, which is in many places called a customhouse, kept by the commonality or by the lord of the place. The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio
  • R. stretched out on the couch while G. and I unloaded the van but she could hardly wait to get into one of the rocking chairs on the front porch where we ate lunch and began the process of decompressing from our long journey.
  • He and an accomplice had brandished an unloaded gun, but nobody was hurt. Times, Sunday Times
  • This was the first occasion upon which it had had a fair trial, and it was found to answer admirably; the raft proving to be not only so stiff as to be absolutely uncapsizable, but also remarkably fast considering her shape, a speed of six knots being got out of her unloaded and with a good fresh breeze blowing. The Missing Merchantman
  • Everything was grey, wet and colourless as we stood by the rail watching the luggage being unloaded into the custom sheds.
  • With the gantry crane on site, the new turbine is being unloaded and moved to its foundation.
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