dipperful

dipperful

(ˈdɪpəfʊl)
n
US the amount held by a ladle or dipper
References in classic literature ?
He was back in a minute with a big dipperful of stale brown water which tasted like nectar, and loosed the jaws of Disko and Tom Platt.
If the Republic of Texas was born in the priming pan of a flintlock rifle, it was most certainly baptized with a dipperful of white lightning.
In the bottom of the glass there was more than a dipperful of something like green mud.
But I thank my lucky stars I did not discard that dipperful of muddy water on that fateful, mosquito-ridden day 13 years ago.