pewful

noun pew·ful \ˈpyüˌfu̇l\

Definition of pewful

plural

pewfuls

\-üˌfu̇lz\ or

pewsful

\-üzˌfu̇l\
  1. :  as many as a pew will hold

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Origin and Etymology of pewful

1pew + -ful


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