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  • noun As much as a kitchen will hold.


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kitchen +‎ -ful


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  • In the evening, Loveday's heart was made glad by seeing the baked and boiled in rapid process of consumption by the kitchenful of people assembled for that purpose.

    The Trumpet-Major Thomas Hardy 1884

  • a kitchenful of adepts, and here was a chance of victory.

    The Forest Lovers Maurice Hewlett 1892

  • "No, no," thought I, "I am not the woman to walk a mile and a half through rain, and mist, and darkness to tell a whole kitchenful of people that I am afraid.

    The Queen of Hearts Wilkie Collins 1856


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