bagful bagful  /ˈbæɡ ˌfʊl/


  • (n) the quantity that a bag will hold


  1. In 1960, he returned from the Pacific with a bagful of airplane parts dredged out of Saipan harbor.
  2. Hastily another rip cord was pulled, another bagful of helium returned to the elements.
  3. Riding the airlines from engagement to engagement with a bagful of books, he tries to find time to read.


  • Oxford police reports for Friday, July 5, 2013

    Man steals change from vehiclesA Hamilton resident on probation for a theft offense was caught with a bagful of items taken from cars parked in the McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital parking lot at 7:34 a.
    on July 4, 2013     Source: The Oxford Press


  1. "Olympic sports have come of age in the country. The jinx is broken and I can assure you of a bagful of medals in 2012 London Games. Until now it was only cricket, which is played by only 10 countries. But now we have Olympic medallists also who...
    on Aug 26, 2008 By: Suresh Kalmadi Source: Times of India

  2. "I'd love for Messi to be fantastic and score a bagful of goals, but Barcelona is a better team than Argentina, and with Maradona as manager, there are too many uncertainties," ESPN analyst Steve McManaman said. "It's a bit like a circus...
    on Jun 5, 2010 By: Steve McManaman Source:

  3. "One goal usually ends the drought and sometimes it happens for players that once they get one they get a bagful," Bruce told Birmingham's website.
    on Aug 30, 2007 By: Steve Bruce Source: BBC Sport

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