purseful

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purse +‎ -ful

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purseful (plural pursefuls)

  1. As much as a purse can hold.
    • 1999, Rebecca Brandewyne, And Gold Was Ours (page 124)
      After claiming his prize the matador then retrieved his montera from the queen, who returned the hat along with a purseful of gold coins.

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