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- n. As much as is held by a bowl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the quantity contained in a bowl.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quantity contained in a bowl
Here's my favorite salad, which I call a bowlful of protein, as it's made of lentils, spinach and peppers, no fancy dressing, no additional pizzazz, just plain old simple Indian salad!
“How ’bout we sneak a bowlful while the boys are occupied.”
A savory, warming bowlful proves the sumptuous ends justify the malodorous means.
One mom of multiples keeps a bowlful of pacifiers, like mints, on the living room table, so one is never too far from reach.
It took a minute before any of them saw the princess, a girl who looked to be about nine years old, standing beneath the monster with a bowlful of SweeTarts.
The beard on his double chin is as white as snow, and when he laughs, his little round belly shakes like a bowlful of jelly - and that, as Ernest Berger sees it, is the problem.
I squeeze sriracha into my bowlful until the top of the soup is more red than orange.
Mommy with bubbling soda, Daddy with steaming bowlful of hardening spackle, would plump up my Sears Percale pillows behind my swollen little neck.
When ripe, you can smell their scent at several paces on a still day and a bowlful will fill a room with a perfume that you will experience at no other time in the year.
All we know is, a bowlful a day makes us feel good.
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