Definition of bagful
1 : as much or as many as a bag will hold
2 : a large number or amount had a bagful of tricks
Examples of bagful in a Sentence
She always has a bagful of stories.
Recent Examples of bagful from the Web
Taralli (breadsticks) were stored by the gallon bagful in her oversized GE freezer in her house or in the annex freezer, a 60 year-old monster that's probably still chugging away in the back pantry, too heavy to bother moving.
If pills cost 50 cents in Congo but $5,000 in New York City, there's a very strong incentive to jump on a plane in Congo with a bagful and resell them in New York.
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BAGFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bagful for English Language Learners
: the amount that a bag can hold
: a large number or amount
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