apronful

apronful

(ˈeɪprənfʊl)
n
the quantity that can be held in an apron
References in classic literature ?
Shimerda, leaning out of the window, enjoyed the situation keenly, and was sorry when Antonia sent Mary away, mollified by an apronful of bottle-tomatoes.
It explores sustainable light, using material inspired by Anglesey's Neolithic site Barclodiad y Gawres -Welsh for apronful of the giantess - on a headland at Cable Bay, Llanfaelog.
If asked to define "quality of life," ours would contrast with the definitions of those who haven't experienced the gratification found when dirtying their hands in rich aromatic garden soil or harvesting an apronful of luscious ripe tomatoes.