As he stood at the defense table with a fistful of papers, he gave his baggy red pants a tug to keep them up.
The models walked with a fistful of red roses, tenderly tossing them onto the bed-bound boys as they turned a corner.
Brown continued sauntering along, still holding a fistful of cigarillos on each hand.
The same man who had kicked him handed me a fistful of gold.
I tell you he's given me a fistful of big notes three days ago.
The General picked up a fistful of the documents which had cost the life of Fernando Rivas.
Hand me up a plate and a fistful of ship biscuit, and leave me to deal with 'em.
Nor was the fistful of currency in the other hand to be sneezed at.
It would have been some satisfaction to buffet the exacting Hardwick with the fistful of money.
The Old French form means "skinful" (cf. poignée, fistful), the hounds' reward being spread on the skin of the slain animal.