Winchester bushel

noun Win·ches·ter bushel \ˈwinˌchestə(r)-, -nchə̇s-\

Definition of Winchester bushel

  1. :  a unit of dry capacity equal to 2150.42 cubic inches or the volume of a cylinder 1812 inches in internal diameter and 8 inches deep

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Origin and Etymology of winchester bushel

after Winchester, England


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