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barrelful

noun bar·rel·ful \ˈber-əl-ˌfl, ˈba-rəl-\
plural barrelfuls \-ˌflz\ or bar·rels·ful \-əlz-ˌfl\

Definition of BARRELFUL

1
:  as much or as many as a barrel will hold
2
:  a large number or amount <a barrelful of laughs>

First Known Use of BARRELFUL

14th century

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