Definition of Mugfuls

1. Noun. (plural of mugful) ¹



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Definition of Mugfuls

1. mugful [n] - See also: mugful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mugfuls

muflons
mufti
mufti day
muftis
mug
mug's game
mug book
mug books
mug file
mug shot
mug shots
mug up
mugearite
mugearites
mugful
mugfuls (current term)
mugg
muggar
muggard
muggars
mugged
muggee
muggees
mugger
muggers
mugget
muggier
muggiest
muggily
mugginess

Literary usage of Mugfuls

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"In short you affect me as gulping down great mugfuls of experience, while I am sipping that compound out of a liqueur-glass not a quarter full. ..."

2. Berlin Under the New Empire: Its Institutions, Inhabitants, Industry by Henry Vizetelly (1879)
"... in their power of suction, and it would tire a looker-on to count the number of mugfuls of beer which many of them will consume after their midday meal. ..."

3. Among the Eskimos of Labrador: A Record of Five Years' Close Intercourse by Samuel King Hutton (1912)
"He had found water, and soon had dug a hole and was ladling out mugfuls for everybody's benefit. He did not always strike water at the first plunge, ..."

4. The Russian Republic by Cecil L'Estrange Malone (1920)
"While walking along the line we stopped a boy with a milk-can and purchased from him two mugfuls of his milk (1 pint for 20 Finnish marks). ..."

5. The Russian Republic by Cecil L'Estrange Malone (1920)
"While walking along the line we stopped a boy with a milk-can and purchased from him two mugfuls of his milk (1 pint for 20 Finnish marks). ..."

6. Cross River Natives: Being Some Notes on the Primitive Pagans of Obubura by Charles Partridge (1905)
"I had two mugfuls of whisky-and-water, then a hot bath, and then dinner—soup, roast fowl and yam, and biscuits—and, having eaten nothing since 10 am, ..."

7. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"In short you affect me as gulping down great mugfuls of experience, while I am sipping that compound out of a liqueur-glass not a quarter full. ..."

8. Berlin Under the New Empire: Its Institutions, Inhabitants, Industry by Henry Vizetelly (1879)
"... in their power of suction, and it would tire a looker-on to count the number of mugfuls of beer which many of them will consume after their midday meal. ..."

9. Among the Eskimos of Labrador: A Record of Five Years' Close Intercourse by Samuel King Hutton (1912)
"He had found water, and soon had dug a hole and was ladling out mugfuls for everybody's benefit. He did not always strike water at the first plunge, ..."

10. The Russian Republic by Cecil L'Estrange Malone (1920)
"While walking along the line we stopped a boy with a milk-can and purchased from him two mugfuls of his milk (1 pint for 20 Finnish marks). ..."

11. The Russian Republic by Cecil L'Estrange Malone (1920)
"While walking along the line we stopped a boy with a milk-can and purchased from him two mugfuls of his milk (1 pint for 20 Finnish marks). ..."

12. Cross River Natives: Being Some Notes on the Primitive Pagans of Obubura by Charles Partridge (1905)
"I had two mugfuls of whisky-and-water, then a hot bath, and then dinner—soup, roast fowl and yam, and biscuits—and, having eaten nothing since 10 am, ..."

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