Definition of Shelffuls

1. Noun. (plural of shelfful) ¹



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Definition of Shelffuls

1. shelfful [n] - See also: shelfful

Lexicographical Neighbors of Shelffuls

shelduck
shelducks
shelele
shelf
shelf-talker
shelf bracket
shelf cloud
shelf clouds
shelf fungus
shelf ice
shelf life
shelf lives
shelfed
shelfful
shelffuls (current term)
shelfier
shelfiest
shelfing
shelflife
shelflike
shelflives
shelfmark
shelfmarks
shelfs
shelfward
shelfware
shelfwares
shelfy
shell

Literary usage of Shelffuls

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

1. The Popular Science Monthly (1894)
"Reports that I had never heard the existence of have come to me in this manner. Lately I had given to me from an editor's room several shelffuls of ..."

2. Problems of the Elementary School by Arthur Cecil Perry (1910)
"The collection aggregated about six shelffuls in an ordinary cabinet in the principal's office. To-day the museum occupies one hundred thirty shelves in a ..."

3. Problems of the Elementary School by Arthur Cecil Perry (1910)
"The collection aggregated about six shelffuls in an ordinary cabinet in the principal's office. To-day the museum occupies one hundred thirty shelves in a ..."

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