Definition of Satchelful

1. Noun. As much as a satchel will hold. ¹



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Definition of Satchelful

1. [n SATCHELFULS or SATCHELSFUL]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satchelful

satanical
satanically
satanisms
satanists
satanity
satanophany
satanophobia
satara
sataras
satavaptan
satay
satays
satchel
satcheled
satchelful (current term)
satchelfuls
satchelled
satchels
satchelsful
satcomms
satcoms
sate
sated
sateen
sateens
sateless
satelles
satellite
satellite-rich heterochromatin

Literary usage of Satchelful

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1. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1883)
"... who has nothing but a manuscript, because with twopence you can buy things, whereas with a whole satchelful of poems you can buy nothing—nothing at all. ..."

2. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1863)
"If we were, we could easily open a whole satchelful of data regarding the woes which tyrannous kings have wrought—woes which would outnumber, ..."

3. Venetiaby Benjamin Disraeli by Benjamin Disraeli (1858)
"... who has nothing but a manuscript, because with twopence you can buy things, whereas with a whole satchelful of poems you can buy nothing—nothing at all. ..."

4. Celebrated Criminal Cases of America by Thomas Samuel Duke (1910)
"... carried a satchelful of bombs to 58 Clybourn avenue, and told the anarchists there assembled to help themselves. Thielen also stated that he attended ..."

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