- the contents of or amount held by a bag: three bagfuls of groceries.
- the quantity required to fill a bag.
- a considerable amount: He has a bagful of clever ideas.
Origin of bagful
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Examples from the Web for bagful
We left the springs with a bagful of colorful rocks and one more story to tell.Big-Sky West Texas: A Road Trip Through Hidden America
Condé Nast Traveler
March 18, 2014
He very likely carries a bagful of golf-sticks, or is pumping up his bicycle.Back Home
Then a hammer and a bagful of wooden pins were placed in his hands.Under the Waves
R M Ballantyne
He said Eliphalet Congdon had taken a bagful to pass on the unwary.Blacksheep! Blacksheep!
Youll find a bagful of white-hearts in the locker of the boat.Twos and Threes
G. B. Stern
You didn't have a thing but the clothes on your back and a bagful of diamonds.The Huddlers
William Campbell Gault
Word Origin and History for bagful
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