bowlful


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bowlful

(ˈbəʊlfʊl)
n
amount held by a bowl
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bowlful - the quantity contained in a bowlbowlful - the quantity contained in a bowl  
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
Translations
kausitäis

bowlful

[ˈbəʊlfʊl] nbol m
References in classic literature ?
I've had such a lovely walk in the May twilight; I stopped by the barrens and picked these Mayflowers; I came through Violet-Vale; it's just a big bowlful of violets now -- the dear, sky-tinted things.
She gave me a large bowlful, of which I drank very heartily, and found myself well refreshed.
To-day, even, to Pollyanna's huge delight, she had said that she was glad Pollyanna brought calf's-foot jelly, because that was just what she had been wanting--she did not know that Milly, at the front door, had told Pollyanna that the minister's wife had already that day sent over a great bowlful of that same kind of jelly.
This has come about because some people in the countryside traditionally sawed off the antlers of live animals and drank a bowlful of blood, believing it was good for their health.
That is, for a price: at Dh35 for a bowlful of fries, it is a bit expensive.
Enjoy it by the bowlful, or spooned over pork chops.
Each bite was like digging into a bowlful of fresh fruits.
FOR the ultimate I'm-a-Celebrity challenge, a bowlful of goggle-eyed Giant Waterbugs lies in wait for the bravest of showgoers.
Gamers attracted to The Witness would do well to complement that with this equally attractive and challenging bowlful of app-based brain food.
But sometimes, there's nothing better than sitting in front of the TV with a huge slab of pizza, or a bowlful of sweet and sour chicken just delivered to your door.
Eat more: Beyond enjoying a bowlful for a snack, use yogurt as a replacement for mayo or sour cream in items like tacos and potato salads.
Her Highness, AKA Smudge, inspects the first bowlful of my first attempt at sauerkraut.