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- n. The amount that will fit into a hat
- n. A large number (usually talking about goalscoring chances)
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
- n. as many or as much as a hat will hold
He was in a very good temper, however, for he had won what his companions called a hatful of money on the steeple-chase, and he stood to win on other races that were to come off that afternoon.
And why do strikers invariably miss a "hatful" of chances?
Remember we all know that the Party of No have done nothing put cricized President Obama plan and hoping the President plan fails. 2010 can not call sooner to we can get ride of some more of you hatful nuts. makesUwonder
I see why you stupid people don't believe the ecomony is bad becasue you have money to donate to this Stupid uneducated racist dividing hatful woman that will never be the President of the USA. mr
"And they say he had a hatful for Armande when he sailed for Tahiti," the supercargo carried on the tale.
You just can't let a little thing like his being already dead get in the way of a good, irrational hatful desire to kill!
Look how they have treated President Obama and his wife with nasty racist jokes and nasty hatful comments for the right wing white nuts.
The reason for the champions' malaise was apparent on Saturday when, for all Newcastle United's last‑ditch gallantry, United should have won by a hatful but were held to the most frustrating of draws.
Barcelona could have scored a hatful, but had to rely on goals from unlikely sources: Carles Puyol and Eric Abidal.
If Brazil's finishing had matched the fluency of the rest of their play they would have won by a hatful.
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