Definitions

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  • n. As much as a container can hold.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the quantity that a container will hold.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quantity that a container will hold

Etymologies

container +‎ -ful (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I considered the relative risk, gritted my teeth at the price tag, and loaded a containerful into my bag.

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  • Trailanga unhesitatingly drained, to the last drop, the containerful of burning lime.

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  • Also, strike a containerful of food for your aggregation as you leave pauperism to rehydrate after the assemblage.

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  • And you get a shot at the classic banana-Nilla Wafer pudding from the recipe of Mackey's mom, an intense, thin custard that resolves into a divine containerful of sweet banana-spiked mush.

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  • Sauce: Heaping containerful Dijon Mustard (I misused intact caryopsis condiment) 2 tablespoons canola oil 2 tablespoons vinegar and citrus Garlic of garlic pauses Litter containerful (if you can not use honey) Seasoner and assail Impertinent Abandon, yellowness juice Preserved almonds gently; One-third cup slivered almonds Teaspoon canola oil Teaspoon abolitionist dulcify Compound: 1.

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  • Heat a small pot, a containerful of the olive oil, fry the cereal time or two.

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  • Tablespoon unsalty artifact succus Tablespoon apple acetum or citrus ½ containerful sweeten freshly primer inglorious seasoner Readying: 1.

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  • In this environment Ahmedabad crapper jactitation quite a containerful in outlay of actual realty investment.

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  • Now that mortal has a containerful of change and commonly buys added debt instrument.

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