bookful

bookful

(ˈbʊkfʊl)
n
an amount that would fill a book
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Kinnear retorted that his football knowledge was second to none and he had a bookful of contacts, who would be beneficial to the club, the report further said.
I saved them up until I got a bookful and then you could get your present.
I've taken so much from this fantastic experience, especially a whole bookful of notes.
KIEREN FALLON warms up for Guineas weekend with a bookful of fancied rides at Musselburgh.
This means you don't have to learn a bookful of combos to fight like a Matrix master.
This victory put Coventry equal top on points - but also bottom of the First Division disciplinary table with two players sent off and a bookful of cautions.
Not since that nasty misunderstanding involving a bookful of aeroplane numbers and an over-zealous Greek customs officer.
It's true, the supplement does not contain copper, and Ann Louise Gittleman, MS, CNS can give you a whole bookful of reasons why.
That poem became the first of the bookful we are finishing.
Am I in for a bookful of stilted English and poetastering, or is this just schoolboy Ojaide?
Because of the lucidity of his statement, because of his frank admonition that absurdity is an unworthy alternative, Humbert's recognition becomes more than just an acknowledgment of his "duty"; he does more than merely dash off a check to forgive a bookful of pedophilia.
It had now been fully forty years since Vance Packard used a bookful of such manipulative talk to send the industry into the public-relations tailspin from which it has never really recovered.