hornful

hornful

(ˈhɔːnfʊl)
n
the amount a horn will hold
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Yes, I can say hello, order a hornful of mead, ask for directions to the nearest pillaging, etc, but re-telling the complexities of European contract law in alliterative verse would have been a stretch.
He has a hornful from the king, and another from the queen, and the third from the chief groom, of the apostles' liquor [liquor drunk oa apostles' feastdays], whea it is distributed.