shellful

shellful

(ˈʃɛlfʊl)
n
the amount held in a shell; the amount needed to fill a shell; a small amount
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The priority of the average Welshman or woman is to tighten belts by an extra notch, revisit the gym - and buy a shellful of Easter eggs.