Recent Examples of bucketful from the Web
That buoyant naïveté is key to this Spider-Man, and Holland brings it by the jittery bucketful.
But to gorge on sugar-rich foods, even in the relatively healthy format of a bucketful of Rainier cherries, could mean neglecting other worthy menu items.
At the center of the stage, and the story, is actress Isa Arciniegas' Singer, a head-banging, hair-whipping dynamo with a sly sense of humor and a bucketful of stories about loss and regret.
In each case, canopy piloting is a highly technical sport that demands precise control, damn quick reaction times, and a bucketful of guts.
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First Known Use of bucketful
BUCKETFUL Defined for Kids
Definition of bucketful for Students
1 : as much as a bucket will hold
2 : a large quantity He won a bucketful of money.
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