Definition of Barrelsful

1. Noun. (plural of barrelful) ¹



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Definition of Barrelsful

1. barrelful [n] - See also: barrelful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barrelsful

barreled
barreleye
barreleyes
barrelfish
barrelful
barrelfuls
barrelhead
barrelheads
barrelhouse
barrelhouses
barreling
barrelled
barrellike
barrelling
barrels
barrelsful (current term)
barren
barren ground caribou
barren of(p)
barrener
barrenest
barrenly
barrenness
barrennesses
barrens
barrenwort
barrenworts
barrerite
barres
barret

Literary usage of Barrelsful

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1. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1918)
"... barrelsful, and other moulded forms of water. Even were the pails and the pots all actually standing in the stream, still between them the free water ..."

2. The Dangerous classes of New York and twenty years' work among them by Charles Loring Brace (1872)
"Here are also the water-vats, into which the many barrelsful used daily are pumped by the engine. The rooms are high and dry, and the floors clean. ..."

3. Psychology by William James (1893)
"... barrelsful, and other moulded forms of water. Even were the pails and the pots all actually standing in the stream, still between them the free water ..."

4. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1915)
"... barrelsful, and other moulded forms of water. Even were the pails and the pots all actually standing in the stream, still between them the free water ..."

5. The New England Magazine by Making of America Project (1886)
"... the heavens opened, or at least we thought they had, and six pieces of artillery sent their compliments in the shape of so many barrelsful of grape. ..."

6. A Collection of Occasional Surveys of Iron, Coal and Oil Districts in the by J. Peter Lesley (1874)
"It was allowed to flow off into the ocean of forgetfulness, as the oil itself was allowed at first to flow by thousands of barrelsful per day into the Gulf ..."

7. The Town Child by Reginald Arthur Bray (1907)
"... barrelsful, and other moulded forms of water. Even were the pails and the pots all actually standing in the stream, still between them the free water ..."

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