Definition of "tableful" [tableful]

  • As much as fills a table. (noun)

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Use "tableful" in a sentence
  • "He speaks for no one but himself and the only authority he speaks with is the smug authority of the dealer in a back room poker game who knows the local cops have been paid off and he's got a tableful of drunken country boys to fleece."
  • "I accidentally intimidated a tableful of highly educated businesspeople the other night simply by knowing what grapes are in a Bordeaux blend."
  • "Picture it: You've got a tableful of tasty food and all of your family and friends are gathered around to share a holiday meal."