- quiver + -ful (Wiktionary)
“In the presence of the two delegations the mediating Governor had taken an arrow and shown them with what ease it could be broken; then how impossible he found it to break a quiverful of arrows, thus demonstrating the strength in union.”
“Not 'quiverful' of children all religious and stuff.”
“That made them sound like a "quiverful" family to me.”
“Long-hafted, slender, bone-barbed throwing-spears lay along the gunwale of the canoe, while a quiverful of arrows hung on each man's back.”
“I've heard of the quiverful movement before the Dugger family is a gross commercialization of it.”
“There is also a quiverful of legends pre-dating the actual appearance of Robin, himself.”
“If there are occasionally a few transitional paragraphs between the coupling of her tight, wet, hot... self, and his hard, needy, throbbing...self and the second, even more quiverful coupling of said genitals, I find that my sisters are simply flipping pages straight to the good stuff, as it were.”
“If they even got to that point at all–if they were not part of such a system, they may have decided to not be quiverful, especially in light of her illness.”
“This had nothing to do with sexual desire–it had to do with the unwise choice to be quiverful with a partner who was spiraling out of control.”
“Bill Clinton had a quiverful of ideas created by Democrats that thought that the orthodox liberalism had died.”
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