vatful


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vatful

(ˈvætfʊl)
n
an amount sufficient to fill a vat
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Editor's note: The second phrase runs: "It is easier to catch a fly with a drop of honey than with a vatful of vinegar.
While the European market continues to expand, Scotch is being sunk by the vatful even further afield.
Does she drink a vatful of wine, take mind-altering drugs or simply pop a few knockout drops so she doesn't know when it starts or when it ends?