truckful

truckful

(ˈtrʌkfʊl)
n
1. the amount of something that can be conveyed in a truck
2. informal a very large amount of something
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They come in by the truckful and sometimes sit for days until residents come for them.
They pointed out that a truckful of textiles are currently wasted every second as consumers throw out clothes with increasing regularity.
ROMA'S players have been branded as 'rabbits' by their fans after a poor run of results - and to emphasise the point, the giallorossi squad were greeted by a truckful of carrots when they arrived for training this week.
A truckful of assassins, drone strikes and a big box of fireworks fan the flames of the smouldering fun.
If someone says to you 'I've a truckful of cheap cucumbers', do you say no or go to your UK supplier and ask for a discount?
The junk hauler charges by volume, anywhere from $125 up to a full truckful of trash, which costs $598.
Authorities were yesterday searching for two Sudanese citizens armed with a truckful of explosives who are suspected of planning attacks on tourists in the Sinai peninsula.
a drawing for a truckful of cordwood donated by Sleepy Hollow Firewood and a quilt raffle by the Ladies Benevolent Society.
A week earlier, the Lebanese authorities had seized a truckful of weapons belonging to Hezballah near Beirut.
Last week, Lebanese authorities seized a truckful of weapons belonging to Hizbullah near Beirut.
But the dramatic line suffers considerably from the truckful of tunes offered up, resulting in a well-executed, handsome-looking film that runs perhaps 20 minutes longer than it should.
Drive to a spot in that direction, shut off the engine, and hope that the vortex sweeps over you and your truckful of instruments.