shedful

shedful

(ˈʃɛdfʊl)
n
1. the quantity or amount contained in a shed
2. informal a lot: a shedful of helpful hints.
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Would that cut consist of being a consummate winner, being brutal to players he believes aren't up to it, playing the media like a Stradivarius, being a genius with mind games, lying to the world to protect your team, and having a shedful of trophies to back up his talent?
It was the season the Falcons won the Premier League championship, they had a shedful of internationals, and I loved the environment.
Balls flashed across the face of goal and Glenn Murray - who got two - could have had a shedful if his legs were a few inches longer.
Yes, I'd love to score a shedful, but if Cardiff are promoted I'll be more than happy.
It's not so long ago that the French car maker held the industry sway in the world where supermini magic by the shedful used to be Peugeot's calling card.
It's not so long ago that the French car-maker held the industry sway in the world where supermini magic by the shedful used to be Peugeot's calling card.
Whether you have just one or two, or a shedful, all would be gratefully received.
6 in Australia next summer and I expect a shedful of other Welshmen to make the plane Down Under.
WEAKNESSES: They're as likely to ship a shedful as they are to score them.
SINCE being introduced back in the year 2000, the Volvo V70 has banked a shedful of awards.
Words like must-have, shedful, top whack and shitload show we're developing into a mouth-off society that wants more.