Definition of "bucketful" [buck•et•ful]

  • The quantity contained in a bucket (noun)
  • A large quantity (noun)

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Use "bucketful" in a sentence
  • "The wives and girlfriends of rich sporting celebrities, she argued, displayed this tendency by the "bucketful"."
  • ""bucketful" of the smaller speculators, when business was slack."
  • "Which it is anyway – and for those who don't like it, you're free to remove the electrical service to your house, go back to candle-light, cooking at a hearth, and heating your bathwater by the bucketful on your coal - or wood-fired cast-iron stove."