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thimbleful

noun thim·ble·ful \-ˌfl\

Definition of THIMBLEFUL

1
:  as much as a thimble will hold
2
:  a very small quantity <not a thimbleful of common sense>

First Known Use of THIMBLEFUL

1604

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