Definition of Jarfuls

1. Noun. (plural of jarful) ¹



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Definition of Jarfuls

1. jarful [n] - See also: jarful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jarfuls

japs
jar
jar-owl
jar-owls
jar against
jarandolite
jararaca
jararacas
jararaka
jararakas
jarbua terapon
jardiniere
jardinieres
jards
jarful
jarfuls (current term)
jargle
jargled
jargles
jargling
jargon
jargon aphasia
jargonaut
jargonauts
jargoned
jargoneer
jargoneers
jargonel
jargonelle
jargonelles

Literary usage of Jarfuls

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1. An Elementary Chemistry: By George Rantoul White by George Rantoul White (1894)
"Take the large bottle and pour into it two jarfuls of water. ... Then pour in five more jarfuls, and make another mark at the height of the seven ..."

2. Water-supply: (Considered Principally from a Sanitary Standpoint.) by William Pitt Mason (1896)
"This connection must be thoroughly tight. Place 200 cc pure water in the retort and add 10 cc of the sodic carbonate solution. Distil off two jo-cc jarfuls ..."

3. The Cambridge Natural History by Arthur Everett Shipley, Sidney Frederic Harmer (1901)
"It may be fairly estimated that 2000 more jarfuls are consumed by the inhabitants of the villages on the river. Now, it takes twelve basketfuls of eggs, ..."

4. Central Asia: Travels in Cashmere, Little Thibet and Central Asia by Bayard Taylor, Thomas Stevens (1892)
"She seemed to fetch far more jarfuls than could be necessary, and made little opportunities of lingering about the doorway and looking at the English ..."

5. A System of Chemistry: In Four Volumes by Thomas Thomson (1818)
"Oxygen gas is not sensibly absorbed by water, though jarfuls of it be left in contact with that liquid. It has been ascertained, however, that water does in ..."

6. A System of Chemistry by Thomas Thomson (1810)
"Oxygen gas is not sensibly absorbed by water, CombinĀ»- though jarfuls of it be left in contact with that liquid, water. ..."

7. The naturalist on the river Amazons by Henry Walter Bates (1873)
"estimated that 2,0.00 more jarfuls are consumed by the inhabitants of the villages on the river. Now, it takes at least twelve basketfuls of eggs, ..."

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