bookful

bookful

(ˈbʊkfʊl)
n
an amount that would fill a book
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Ask Trenia Miles for success stories from a half-century of Arkansas adult education and she'll fold her tall frame over a file cabinet, unlock it and pull out a bookful.
Kinnear retorted that his football knowledge was second to none and he had a bookful of contacts, who would be beneficial to the club, the report further said.
You used to have to save a bookful. Every 4p we spent we got a stamp.
"I've taken so much from this fantastic experience, especially a whole bookful of notes."
KIEREN FALLON warms up for Guineas weekend with a bookful of fancied rides at Musselburgh.
This means you don't have to learn a bookful of combos to fight like a Matrix master.
This victory put Coventry equal top on points - but also bottom of the First Division disciplinary table with two players sent off and a bookful of cautions.
Not since that nasty misunderstanding involving a bookful of aeroplane numbers and an over-zealous Greek customs officer.
It's true, the supplement does not contain copper, and Ann Louise Gittleman, MS, CNS can give you a whole bookful of reasons why.
That poem became the first of the bookful we are finishing.
The Pay and Records boys are riding Yamaha." Am I in for a bookful of stilted English and poetastering, or is this just schoolboy Ojaide?
It had now been fully forty years since Vance Packard used a bookful of such manipulative talk to send the industry into the public-relations tailspin from which it has never really recovered.