sackful


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sackful

(ˈsækfʊl) or

sackload

n
the amount of something that a sack contains or could contain
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sackful - the quantity contained in a sack
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
Translations

sackful

[ˈsækfʊl] Nsaco m, contenido m de un saco

sackful

[ˈsækfʊl] n
a sackful of → un plein sac de, un sac de

sackful

nSack m; two sackfuls of potatoeszwei Sack Kartoffeln

sackful

[ˈsækˌfʊl] nsacco (pieno)
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McGregor emptied out a sackful of lawn mowings right upon the top of the sleeping Flopsy Bunnies
I had never heard the postmaster say anything but `Only papers, to-day,' or, `I've got a sackful of mail for ye,' until this afternoon.
Hearing this the curate said, "I do believe that all this family of the Panzas are born with a sackful of proverbs in their insides, every one of them; I never saw one of them that does not pour them out at all times and on all occasions.
Money could be made out of them, and he would wait and take a sackful of it into the South Seas.
Saxon got a sackful of the fish, and was compelled to make two trips in order to carry them home, where she salted them down in a wooden washtubs
I would love to sit here and say I have a big sackful of money to spend but we haven't.
POSTMAN Santa Darren Cain hopes to sleigh his customers and raise a sackful of cash for charity, right.
Councillors in the region are - wisely - reluctant to go along with anything the Tories suggest because they can smell a sackful of rats.
A VERY special visitor delivered a sackful of surprises to lucky Teesside youngsters.
Loopier than a sackful of Twelve Monkeys, Rian Johnson's sci-fi thriller is a curiously affecting mixture of telekinetic mayhem and aspects of The Terminator.
The aim was to raise PS2,000 but the total came to PS8,379, which enabled him to buy a sackful of presents for all 20 children on the ward this Christmas.