noun, plural ta·ble·fuls.
- tableau curtain,
- tableau vivant,
Origin of tableful
Examples from the Web for tableful
There's a tableful over there--go and take your pick of it, unless, of course, you've got some special subject.Young Lives|Richard Le Gallienne
In contrast to these good choquettes is this tableful of bad choquettes.The Story of Silk|Sara Ware Bassett
By midnight, Tom was singing Christmas carols, in advance of the season, with a tableful of Texans.Get Out of Our Skies!|E. K. Jarvis
Young Thomas Kehoe nearly bit the doctor's thumb in two after kicking over a tableful of instruments.
But I suppose this pessimistic view is natural if you eat three meals a day with a tableful of melancholics.