Nan had a plentiful supply of warm winter clothing, and she took a trunkful.
She is going to return to Broadway this autumn, and she has a trunkful of plays to read.
She had brought half a trunkful with her, to help while away the time at Manituck.
I'll bet you have a trunkful of letters from me—unless you've destroyed them.
Well go shopping to-morrow morning bright and early, and get a trunkful of new clothes.
I've made Betsy send home for a trunkful of evening gowns in order to keep up our social standing.
Mercy had tried to beg off at first; then she had agreed to go, if she could take half a trunkful of books with her.
Hes got a trunkful of itwothless stuff, of coursethat he carries with him everywhere.
Uncle John wanted to send a trunkful of family silver, I have been told, but the Pater refused to be bothered with it.
Also he had built himself a rustic table, and unpacked a trunkful of blankets and dishes and writing-pads and books.