jugful

noun
jug·ful | \ˈjəg-ˌfu̇l \

Definition of jugful 

1 : as much as a jug will hold

2 : a great deal used in the phrase not by a jugful

First Known Use of jugful

1831, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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