Definition of Shellfuls

1. shellful [n] - See also: shellful



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shellfuls

shellcracker
shellcrackers
shelled
sheller
shellers
shellfire
shellfires
shellfish
shellfisheries
shellfisherman
shellfishermen
shellfishery
shellfishes
shellflower
shellful
shellfuls (current term)
shellier
shelliest
shelliness
shelling
shellings
shellless
shelllike
shellpad
shellproof
shells
shellshock
shellshocked
shellsuit
shellsuited

Literary usage of Shellfuls

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1. Head-hunters: Black, White, and Brown by Alfred Cort Haddon (1901)
"On one occasion he ate four large shellfuls of small fish, an immense king-fish, which was really a metamorphosed lad named ..."

2. Head-hunters; Black, White, and Brown by Alfred Cort Haddon (1901)
"On one occasion he ate four large shellfuls of small fish, an immense king-fish, which was really a metamorphosed lad named ..."

3. Abrasives & Abrasive Wheels, Their Nature, Manufacture and Use: A Complete by Frederic Burnham Jacobs (1919)
"Suppose we find ninety shellfuls of grain that was unattracted by the magnet and ten that the magnet picked up. In this case, it is evident that the grain ..."

4. Abrasives & Abrasive Wheels, Their Nature, Manufacture and Use: A Complete by Frederic Burnham Jacobs (1919)
"Suppose we find ninety shellfuls of grain that was unattracted by the magnet and ten that the magnet picked up. In this case, it is evident that the grain ..."

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