Definitions for bagfulˈbæg fʊl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bag•ful*ˈbæg fʊl(n.)(pl.)-fuls.

  1. the contents of or amount held by a bag.

  2. a considerable amount.

* Usage: See -ful.

Origin of bagful:

1275–1325

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bag, bagful(noun)

    the quantity that a bag will hold

    "he ate a large bag of popcorn"

Wiktionary

  1. bagful(Noun)

    An amount; the contents of one full bag.

    She carried a bagful of groceries into the house.

  2. bagful(Noun)

    A large assortment.

    The politician had a bagful of humorous anecdotes she could interject into any spur of the moment stump speech.

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