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bagful

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noun bag·ful \ˈbag-ˌfu̇l\

Simple Definition of bagful

  • : the amount that a bag can hold

  • : a large number or amount

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of bagful

  1. 1 :  as much or as many as a bag will hold

  2. 2 :  a large number or amount <had a bagful of tricks>

Examples of bagful in a sentence

  1. She always has a bagful of stories.



15th Century

First Known Use of bagful

15th century

Rhymes with bagful

armful, bellpull, brimful, bulbul, cageful, canful, capful, carful, cheekful, chestful, chock-full, cupful, drawerful, earful, eyeful, fistful, forkful, glassful, handful, houseful, in full, jarful, John Bull, jugful, lapful, mouthful, mugful, outpull, pailful, panful, pipeful, pit bull, plateful, potful, push-pull, rackful, roomful, sackful, scoopful, shelfful, skinful, spadeful, spoonful, stageful, steel wool, tankful, tinful, topful, trainful, trayful, truckful, trunkful, tubful


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