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bagful (n.)

"as much as a bag will hold," c. 1300, bagge-ful, from bag (n.) + -ful.

updated on March 18, 2017

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Definitions of bagful from WordNet

bagful (n.)
the quantity that a bag will hold;
Synonyms: bag
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