noun, plural sack·fuls.
- sackcloth and ashes,
- sackville, thomas, 1st earl of dorset,
Origin of sackful
Examples from the Web for sackful
Buy when they say you have to make your own bed they really mean it and hand you a sackful of straw.
The troll then gave the old man a sackful of money, and laden with this he betook himself homewards.The Pink Fairy Book|Various
There may be five hundred such mills on one island, not capable any one of them of grinding above a sackful of corn at a time.The Pirate|Sir Walter Scott
The youthful King David appeared with his sling and his sackful of pebbles.The Devil's Elixir|E. T. A. Hoffmann