Definition of unloading:
In the yard outside, a gang of slaves were unloading a big wagon of oranges and packing them into hampers; they were guarded by a couple of native riflemen who seemed mostly concerned with keeping them away from the shed, and a man in a white cloak was watching the guards for the same purpose.- "Time Crime", H. Beam Piper.
Roebuck's brokers had bought many thousands of Langdon's shares at the high artificial price before Roebuck grasped the situation- that it was not my followers recklessly gambling to break the prices, but Langdon unloading on his " pal."- "The Deluge", David Graham Phillips.
Then I saw to the unloading of my wee piano, and, having done so, was free to go with the other members of the Reverend Harry Lauder, M. P., Tour to the small hotel that was to be headquarters for all of us in Boulogne.- "A Minstrel In France", Harry Lauder.