noun, plural buck·et·fuls.
Examples from the Web for bucketful
Even at later date than that it used to be sold about the streets from tall casks, at a penny a bucketful.
The boys are especially fond of the mixture; they would drink it by the bucketful, and swallow grouts and all.Life in a Railway Factory|Alfred Williams
But we outnumbered them three to one, and poured in lead by the bucketful.The Greater Republic|Charles Morris
It went over suddenly, burying its gunwale level with the sea and shipping a bucketful or so of water.The Sea-Wolf|Jack London
He opened it carefully, took out a glass, and drew up a bucketful of water at the well.Tales of a Poultry Farm|Clara Dillingham Pierson