boatful

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boat +‎ -ful

Noun[edit]

boatful (plural boatfuls or boatsful)

  1. Enough of something to fill a boat, or a boat filled with the thing in question
    The city consumes boatfuls of fish every day.
    • 2007 January 1, Amy Cortese, “At Sea With a Book to Read, and the Author of It, Too”:
      Often sponsored by publishers, the cruises, aboard commercial liners, feature popular authors who give readings and seminars -- even knitting lessons -- to boatfuls of book lovers.

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