freight (it) v.
1. to travel a long distance.
|‘Kansas Land’ in Songs of the Amer. West (1968) 462: I have ‘freighted’ many a mile.et al.|
|Wolfville 167: When I sees him first is ages before, when I freights with eight mules over the Old Fort Bascombe trail from Vegas to the Panhandle.|
2. (US tramp) to travel on a freight rain.
|Mother of the Hoboes 67: Tonight we’ll freight it down to New Orleans.|
|Bound for Glory (1969) 408: I sung her another made-up verse: ‘I’ve freighted and barged it from New York and up’.|