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Definition of "canful" [canful]

  • As much as a can will hold. (noun)

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Use "canful" in a sentence
  • "If the tiny canful which is our selves is pure and unsoiled, then when it meets the world it will blend with the Spirit which informs the world perfectly harmoniously, without distress or dislocation."
  • "By dint of these energetic proceedings he was in a short time able to return to the place where his passenger lay sick and exhausted, with a cup, or rather a canful, of tea; for everything was on a large scale on board of the JUMPING JENNY."
  • "He keeps half a dozen cans of Sterno hidden in his gear, and as soon as he turns off the camera, he whips off his shirt, pours a canful of Sterno into it, and squeezes the juice directly into his mouth, and then uses the leftover jelly as a sex lube to make the long, cold night a little bit cheerier."
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