tumblerful


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tumblerful

(ˈtʌmbləfʊl)
n, pl tumblerfuls or tumblersful
another word for tumbler1b
Translations
مِلء الكأس
sklenice
glas
glasfylli
kadeh/bardak dolusu

tumble

(ˈtambl) verb
1. to (cause to) fall, especially in a helpless or confused way. She tumbled down the stairs; The box suddenly tumbled off the top of the wardrobe.
2. to do tumbling.
noun
a fall. She took a tumble on the stairs.
ˈtumbler noun
1. a large drinking glass. a tumbler of whisky.
2. a tumblerful.
3. an acrobat (who performs the acrobatic tricks on the ground).
ˈtumblerful noun
the amount contained by a tumbler. two tumblerfuls of water.
ˌtumble-ˈdrier noun
a machine for drying clothes by tumbling them around and blowing hot air into them.
ˈtumbling noun
acrobatics done on the ground.
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Fifty pounds against a tumblerful - positively there is no more
Her feet were stuck up on the coal scuttle, and she had a tumblerful of some reddish-brown composition on the smoking table close at her elbow.
Diana poured herself out a tumblerful, looked at its bright-red hue admiringly, and then sipped it daintily.