stickful

noun
stick·ful | \ ˈstikˌfu̇l \
plural -s

Definition of stickful 

: as much or as many as a stick will hold makes doughnuts and gives me a whole stickful —Helen Eustis specifically : as much set type as fills a composing stick

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