Meaning of BAGFUL in English

ˈbagˌfu̇l, -aag-, -aig- noun

( plural bagfuls also bagsful -gˌfu̇lz, -gzˌfu̇l)

Etymology: Middle English baggeful, from bagge bag + -ful

: the quantity held by a bag ; especially : an indeterminate but usually rather large quantity

investors will come flocking in with bagfuls of money — Tom Fitzsimmons

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