Definition of Pitchersful

1. Noun. (plural of pitcherful) ¹



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Definition of Pitchersful

1. pitcherful [n] - See also: pitcherful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pitchersful

pitched
pitched a tent
pitched battle
pitched market
pitched markets
pitcher's count
pitcher's mound
pitcher-plant family
pitcher plant
pitcher sage
pitcherful
pitcherfuls
pitchers
pitchersful (current term)
pitches
pitches a tent
pitchfest
pitchfests
pitchfork
pitchforked
pitchforking
pitchforklike
pitchforks
pitchier
pitchiest
pitchily
pitchiness
pitching

Literary usage of Pitchersful

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1. Cuentos Ticos: Short Stories of Costa Rica by Ricardo Fernández Guardia, Gray Casement (1904)
"According to tradition, it rained in pitchersful, and already the judge was beginning to ask himself anxiously if the coach, which he had ordered the night ..."

2. A Lady's Second Journey Round the World: From London to the Cape of Good by Ida Pfeiffer (1856)
"... lemons, etc., of wax, and then, filling them with water, pelt each other with them, or pour whole pitchersful from their windows on the passers-by. ..."

3. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1902)
"... one can, with the help of a few pitchersful of water poured over the shoulders of the individual, improvise a very effective douche. ..."

4. Obstetric Clinic: A Practical Contribution to the Study of Obstetrics and by George Thomson Elliot (1868)
"At half-past five I injected two large pitchersful of warm water against the inner rim of the cervix, having previously left the largest-sized dilator in ..."

5. Papers Relating to the Aboriginal Tribes of the Central Provinces by Stephen Hislop (1866)
"Keep the full pitcher of liquor on the right side, and the half-full pitcher on the left. 38. Call (for) two more pitchersful of liquor, and drink according ..."

6. What's the Matter with Ireland? by Ruth Russell (1920)
"Until the Woman's National Health Association established a depot, Ennis poor could not get retailed pitchersful of milk, for Ennis cows are raised to ..."

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