At last all was in readiness, and, at a word, the water was poured—bucketful after bucketful—down the tunnels.
They are fine and large, and so plentiful that I can gather a bucketful in an hour.
Should the fire grow too strong, as it sometimes will, a little water is thrown on, a bucketful of which is kept always on hand.
Diamonds are very cheap now; they find 'em by the bucketful in the Cape, you know.
The wildfire roared up, one last time in one sheet, and snuffed out like a rush-light, and a bucketful of stinging hail fell.
She was as delighted as we were, and wanted us to have a bucketful brought on deck.
This was heaved down the hatchway of the store-room—bucketful after bucketful—but apparently without any good purpose.
It was less a decent, decorous shower, than a dash of water by the bucketful.
You've never seen a bucketful of cham—paign in the old country?'
One by one they answered; there was not a bucketful in any lodge!