wagonful

wagonful

(ˈwæɡənfʊl)
n
a quantity of objects or people that will fill a wagon
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This unique adjuration came from the lips of a queer little man perched upon a wagonful of firewood, behind a brace of oxen that were hauling it easily along with a simulation of mighty effort which had evidently not imposed on their lord and master.
My daughter and niece went to a builders merchants and got a wagonful of loose sand and sandbags and made their own.
The boy, toting Grandpa's spectacles, hat, and a wagonful of tools, finally catches up to the gardener.
When Lion was a boy he could cut a whole wagonful of ice in little more than an hour.