basketful

play
noun bas·ket·ful \ˈbas-kit-ˌfu̇l\

Definition of basketful

plural

basketfuls

play \-ˌfu̇lz\ also

basketsful

play \-kits-ˌfu̇l\
  1. :  as much or as many as a basket will hold; also :  a considerable quantity

Examples of basketful in a sentence

  1. the movie showed off a basketful of eye-popping special effects

14th Century

First Known Use of basketful

14th century



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