- n a receipt given by the carrier to the shipper acknowledging receipt of the goods being shipped and specifying the terms of delivery
- Prime advantage of the new plan to the shipper is facility to consign his goods to any destination on the General map with a single waybill.
- The airline clerk, making out a waybill: "Contents?" The nervous man: "White lead paint.
- For most Frenchmen, however, the most important single item in Suzanne's waybill was tough, pompadoured Marcel Cerdan, the idolized middleweight boxing champ who last June .