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armful

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noun arm·ful \ˈärm-ˌfu̇l\

Simple Definition of armful

  • : an amount that can be carried in a person's arm or arms

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of armful

plural

armfuls

play \-ˌfu̇lz\ also

armsful

play \ˈärmz-ˌfu̇l\
  1. :  as much as the arm or arms can hold


ARMFUL Defined for Kids

armful

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noun arm·ful \ˈärm-ˌfu̇l\

Definition of armful for Students

plural

armfuls

\-ˌfu̇lz\ or

armsful

\ˈärmz-ˌfu̇l\
  1. :  as much as a person's arm can hold <He carried an armful of dirty clothes to the washing machine.>




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