Definition of Basinfuls
1. basinful [n] - See also: basinful
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Literary usage of Basinfuls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dublin Hospital Gazette (1856)
"... and without the execution of any peculiar manoeuvre on my part, and drew off six large slop basinfuls of clear, pale, sherry-coloured urine, ..."
2. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1896)
"... or basinfuls may be poured over the body with some force. DISCUSSION. Du. Jas. TY.SON stated that his own experience with ..."
3. The Lancet (1839)
"An abundance of gas and faeces escaped, and when injections were thrown into the superior and inferior portions of the colon, three basinfuls of liquid ..."
4. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong, Roul Tunley (1883)
"At St. David's, two centuries ago, old people could remember having seen basinfuls of oblations made by seamen and passengers. ..."
5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1907)
"... case "five basinfuls" of fluid were vomited during one night, and in a number of the cases as much as several quarts of fluid have been removed from the ..."
6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1856)
"At the rude tables of these latter you may see a whole family of rustics seated, busily engaged in demolishing goodly basinfuls of vermicelli, rice, ..."
7. Transactions by Epidemiological Society of London, Zoological Society of London (1874)
"... the end nearest the child's bed discoloured several basinfuls; the corresponding round end of the footboard furthest from the child's bed caused hardly ..."