- n. as much as a box will hold
- n. the quantity contained in a box
- box + -ful (Wiktionary)
“I figure it would take 10 or 20 terabytes, or if you prefer, a boxful of thumb drives.”
“It's not even like I have that much left — just a boxful that survived room changes through college and beyond.”
““She has a boxful of eyeballs,” Brook whispered to me.”
“That is why when Strawberry Shortcake cereal came out I did something almost unheard of my in my young world, I stepped over gender buying lines and ate this cereal by the boxful.”
“Or a boxful of slugs and a pair of brass knuckles; a leather sap, a gravity knife, and mercury gloves.”
“I splurged on some new storage tools and a boxful of files and such things.”
“Rabbi Menachem Froman, an advocate of contacts with Muslim leaders, handed over a boxful of new Korans.”
“If I confiscated one every time I saw one, I'd have a boxful of phones," Saunders said.”
“Pick a fruit that you really like and eat a boxful of them.”
“They were sold green and hard as coconuts which I had never seen, but I knew from nursery rhymes and Soviet cartoons that they were hard, and my parents would stand in an hour-long line so that they could buy a boxful and let it sit on top of a kitchen cabinet for at least a week before the fruit were suitable for eating.”
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