Definitions for bagfulˈbæg fʊl
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the contents of or amount held by a bag.
a considerable amount.
* Usage: See -ful.
Origin of bagful:
the quantity that a bag will hold
"he ate a large bag of popcorn"
An amount; the contents of one full bag.
She carried a bagful of groceries into the house.
A large assortment.
The politician had a bagful of humorous anecdotes she could interject into any spur of the moment stump speech.