- the amount that a trunk will hold.
- Informal. a full or abundant supply: a trunkful of hopes.
Origin of trunkful
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Examples from the Web for trunkful
Nan had a plentiful supply of warm winter clothing, and she took a trunkful.Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp
Annie Roe Carr
She had brought half a trunkful with her, to help while away the time at Manituck.The Slipper Point Mystery
Augusta Huiell Seaman
She is going to return to Broadway this autumn, and she has a trunkful of plays to read.The Drums Of Jeopardy
I'll bet you have a trunkful of letters from me—unless you've destroyed them.The Call of the Canyon
I've made Betsy send home for a trunkful of evening gowns in order to keep up our social standing.Dear Enemy