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carful

(ˈkɑːfʊl)
n
the maximum number of people a car will hold
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Noun1.carful - the quantity that a car will hold
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
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He called on Egyptians to be keen and carful in using each drop of water.
At the moment we do not know if the message is sent so that his officials would be carful of what they are doing, warning them that the prime minister will not tolerate it.
Their was nailes sticking out of the bottom so I had to be carful were I steped [stepped|.
Recent molecular and carful morphological study has changed the identification of the centipedes.
Talking to reporter, Wildlife official said that People should be carful during hiking on Trail-5 early morning and late evening as number of dangrous species are there or one may forget the way back to destination.
Works involve carful removal of panels for repair and installation on completion of works.
So I've developed a bit of a thing for Pharrell and Lady Gaga and enjoy a carful of singing, happy children.
Dontre adds, “After conducting a carful inspection we will apply product to affected areas (up to 20 linear feet) this consists of liquid and foam applications using Termidor SC.
See also: G Dickinson and W MacKay, Beyond the Carful Parent: Tort Liability in Education (Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications Ltd, 1998).
From a long time ago, considering organizations as social players and carful considerations of needs and issues by experts have established a suitable situation for the development of social capitals within the organizations.
He had been arrested earlier in the summer in Virginia with a carful of weapons, authorities said, and a federal prosecutor said Monday in court that Gonzalez had had a map then with the White House circled.
A carful of less-than-stellar writers hurtles along train tracks in a railroad-writing seminar.