noun, plural pot·fuls.
- potentiometric surface,
- potentiometric titration,
Origin of potful
Examples from the Web for potful
Why, I have been to the field and come back long ago, and now I am busy boiling a potful of turnips for breakfast.
Weigh a potful of hard soil and a potful of lowland soil, or muck, after each has been thoroughly dried.Cornell Nature-Study Leaflets|Various
A very small bit of this chestnut grated into a kettle would make a potful of porridge.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children|Mabel Powers
So he called one of the servants to him, and told him to go and ask whether it could be bought for a potful of gold.Pepper & Salt|Howard Pyle
And when I see a face like yours holding out a potful of dollars, I know as how you've stolen them.The Sorcery Club|Elliott O'Donnell