from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. As much as a cart will hold.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. As much as a cart will hold; a cart-load.


cart +‎ -ful (Wiktionary)


  • And it's worth it, when you're at the cash register, to throw a thing-in-itself down on the conveyor belt behind a bleached blonde with a cartful of “natural” foods.

    What Do You Mean, You Don't Sell Pigs Feet?

  • A vendor at the corner of Summer Street prepared an entire cartful of team paraphernalia.

    The King's Best Highway

  • Oatmeal is cheap and you can by it by the cartful.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Here Comes the Soda Tax?

  • Associated Press Bed Bath&Beyond's co-founders sold a cartful of shares recently.

    Big Seller at Bed Bath: Shares

  • When the prince who is now king sees me so old with a cartful of bottles and the mirror, he says, what is this peddler woman doing in my castle?

    Mirror Mirror

  • We are accustomed to supermarket checkout clerks deciding to count every last penny just as we have unloaded a cartful of groceries, and we dread even entering the Department of Motor Vehicles.

    The Fly In The Soup

  • They didn't buy my line that he was in the bathroom, forcing me to abandon a cartful of merchandise at the checkout.

    Costco vs Sam's Club Membership

  • LALAMA: And tonight, a young mom tries to make her way out of a local New York TJ Max store with a cartful of stolen kitchenware and some other goodies.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2007

  • This is encouraging, and I marveled at the tremendous selection as I loaded up a whole cartful while researching this story.

    Coolest Beers

  • The loss of reliable Teddy Tombali was bad enough, but the loss of a cartful of salable silver was an outrage that had Charles Bent hopping mad.

    The Berrybender Narratives

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