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bucketful

[ buhk-it-fool ]
/ ˈbʌk ɪtˌfʊl /
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noun, plural buck·et·fuls.
the amount that a bucket can hold: a bucketful of water.
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Origin of bucketful

First recorded in 1555–65; bucket + -ful

usage note for bucketful

See -ful.
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