- n. Plural form of bucket.
“Toilet is flushed by tossing in buckets from a nearby pila.”
“With the snow coming down in buckets, hope abounds that the event may help attract buyers from warmer parts of the state.”
“It was supposed to rain buckets today, but it turned out to be very nice.”
“Apparently the rain, which had been coming down in buckets all morning, had been a contributing factor, keeping people in the city and avoiding outdoor activities.”
“One problem carriers have in offering data in buckets is that customers have trouble understanding the quantities involved.”
“The washing machines, though some were electric, were pulled out of the house, and plugged somewhere inside the house, and you had to fill up the machine with hot water from buckets from the stove.”
“Continuing to fly these tired old buckets is a disaster just waiting to happen again!”
“I pulled up three or four of the bottom boards, got a couple of buckets from a locker, and by unmistakable sign-language invited them to fall to.”
“So it makes perfect sense that republicans want to arrest a bunch of hippies who pee in buckets like animals.”
“Some experts have become fond of dividing the post-boomer crowd into two main buckets: the wellderly and the illderly.”
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