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Definition of "hatful" [hatful]

  • The amount that will fit into a hat (noun)
  • A large number (usually talking about goalscoring chances) (noun)

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Use "hatful" in a sentence
  • "He was in a very good temper, however, for he had won what his companions called a hatful of money on the steeple-chase, and he stood to win on other races that were to come off that afternoon."
  • "And why do strikers invariably miss a "hatful" of chances?"
  • "Remember we all know that the Party of No have done nothing put cricized President Obama plan and hoping the President plan fails. 2010 can not call sooner to we can get ride of some more of you hatful nuts. makesUwonder"