n.1.As much as a yard will contain; enough to fill a yard.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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West is a tough cookie, used to the practical realities of gleaning a living with a yardful of ordinary horses, a seasonal score in single figures on the Flat and over jumps a yearly testament to the limitations of hard work alone.
Brenda Blethyn played a cash-strapped widow with a a yardful of pot in "Saving Grace."
Not the sort of pressure borne by many new trainers, the years spent in thrall to the bank manager while a yardful of outcasts and offcuts eat their way through the profits without creating any of their own.
He went off at 12-1 vvQuote of the day "If you had a yardful like him you'd sleep well at night" - Walter Swinburn after the tough and straightforward Master Lightfoot had won division two of the sprint jjWho shaped well without getting a hard time in the 1m2f maiden and can now switch to handicaps?