noun bag·ful \ˈbag-ˌfl\

: the amount that a bag can hold

: a large number or amount

Full Definition of BAGFUL

:  as much or as many as a bag will hold
:  a large number or amount <had a bagful of tricks>

Examples of BAGFUL

  1. She always has a bagful of stories.

First Known Use of BAGFUL

15th century


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