barrowful


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barrowful

(ˈbærəʊfʊl)
n
another name for barrow12
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Noun1.barrowful - the quantity that a barrow will holdbarrowful - the quantity that a barrow will hold
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
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After a minute or two, they began moving about again, and Alice heard the Rabbit say, `A barrowful will do, to begin with.
It is a nation where to buy a loaf of bread required a barrowful of notes virtually worthless by virtue of Mugabe's nihilism.
So show us your apples, aubergines, how you've laid your fruit and veg garden out or simply a barrowful of your biggest cabbages.
BLOOMS BY THE BARROWFUL Four of more than 50 mini gardens designed by pupils from schools in Cardiff and Caerphilly at the Royal Horticultural Showin Bute Park Pictures: Liz Pearce; TULIP TIME Helen Davies, left, and Maggie Power enjoy the tulips; WILD CORNER Below, Nature fights back, designed by Cardiff Council; CLEVER PLOT Above, Cardiff University's Research Garden, designed by Andrew Emery of the university; A HOST OF GOLD Right, Ron Scamp's range of 100 daffodils.