tentful

tentful

(ˈtɛntfʊl)
n
the number of people or objects that can fit in a tent

tentful

(ˈtɛntfʊl)
adj
Scot attentive
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The setting, an encampment containing a small field hospital alongside a tentful of Special Forces soldiers, recalls two popular narratives of the Vietnam period, M*A*S*H and The Green Berets, (4) which reflect opposite strategies of assimilation of the violence.
Embattled Sullivan & Co must feel like a tentful of First World War generals who authorised the launch of a gas attack, but omitted to first check which way the wind was blowing.