Definition of Trainfuls

1. Noun. (plural of trainful) ¹



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Definition of Trainfuls

1. trainful [n] - See also: trainful

Lexicographical Neighbors of Trainfuls

traincrews
trained
trained nurse
trained reflex
trained worker
trainee
trainees
traineeship
traineeships
trainel
trainels
trainer
trainered
trainers
trainful
trainfuls (current term)
training
training analysis
training bra
training bras
training college
training group
training program
training school
training ship
training support
training table
training wheel
training wheels
trainings

Literary usage of Trainfuls

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

1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1896)
"... depressing trainfuls of frowsy humanity, labelled, as the case might be, The Scarlet Sin Company, The Blood-Trail Company, or The Human Vampire Company, ..."

2. Greater Roumania by Charles Upson Clark (1922)
"One of the most picturesque incidents was the arrival at Jassy of two trainfuls of Bolshevist troops from Odessa; they professed to be coming in order to ..."

3. A Popular History of France from the First Revolution to the Present Time by Henri Martin, Abby Langdon Alger (1882)
"Large stores of siege materials had been accumulated, and powerful Krupp guns, with their munitions, had been sent to the front by trainfuls at a time. ..."

4. With Serbia Into Exile: An American's Adventures with the Army that Cannot Die by Fortier Jones (1916)
""Men, women, and children had been drinking unlimited quantities of" the bitterest agony human beings could know, and trainfuls more of them, half-naked and ..."

5. With Serbia Into Exile: An American's Adventures with the Army that Cannot Die by Fortier Jones (1916)
""Men, women, and children had been drinking unlimited quantities of" the bitterest agony human beings could know, and trainfuls more of them, half-naked and ..."

6. Side-lights on Siberia: Some Account of the Great Siberian Railroad, the by James Young Simpson (1898)
"As on the Volga, one sees on the river Ufa many house-rafts, capable of supporting a large floating population. Here and elsewhere we pass trainfuls of ..."

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