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Definition of "bagful" [bag•ful]

  • An amount; the contents of one full bag. (noun)
  • A large assortment. (noun)

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Use "bagful" in a sentence
  • "A common response to a problem of this magnitude might be to donate some cash to a charity or to leave a bagful of staples -- rice, pasta, canned tomatoes, for example -- in the new bins for the hungry at the exit to your supermarket after you've done your own shopping."
  • "This was not any old crowd, where you could get to the front with sharp elbows and a bagful of attitude."
  • "Within a few minutes, he came back with a bagful of liquor."