noun, plural tea·cup·fuls.
Origin of teacupful
Examples from the Web for teacupful
Historical Examples of teacupful
Lay the fruit in a stone jar, with a teacupful of water at the bottom, and pack them with a little sugar strewed between.
Recipes in the older, much-prized cook-books often call for a teacupful of yeast.
A teacupful liquid yeast is equal to one cake of compressed yeast.
Dissolve it in half a teacupful of hot water, and give this instead.Papers on Health
Put one teacupful of this yeast, when risen, to two quarts of flour.Housekeeping in Old Virginia
Marion Cabell Tyree