Did you perchance mean thimbleful?
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“Clearly, if you can get to be President with a thimblefull of experience than I guess a Senator needs a lot less on their resume in America these days.”
“Arse like a little thimblefull of sweetest nectar, I have.”
“My GP was most unimpressed that I didn't see him before now - an emergency appointment, as I had a sudden bleeding attack at 5am, not the usual thimblefull, but a cupfull.”
“And Major, please add to it an ounce of the hyson and a thimblefull of white sugar.”
“It proclaimed in 1844 and 1845, that not a thimblefull of blood would be shed by any war growing out of the annexation of Texas, when that war sacrificed thousands of lives, and has cost us millions in money and land.”
Americanism Contrasted with Foreignism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy in the Light of Reason, History, and Scripture; In which Certain Demagogues in Tennessee, and Elsewhere, are Shown Up in Their True Colors
“At length, beginning to grow sleepy, he retired to his chamber, taking with him a queer little lamp the landlord gave him, which appeared to hold only about a thimblefull of oil.”
“That is why we are overrun with illegals, are beat to death with taxes and high fuel costs, and only have 2 parties switching power back and forth instead of anyone running this nation with a thimblefull of common sense.”
“Supposedly a thimblefull of the stuff is enough to kill most of the human population.”
“When I was a very little girl, I remember that one day my mother was given a thimblefull of tiny silkworm eggs.”
“The decision to go to everything from extensive radio buys to odd-hour infomercials reflects the fact that the campaign media buyers spend a lot of time thinking about how much persuasion any given dollar can buy, and given a very cheap format - late night cable channels that need filler, for instance - will settle for a thimblefull of persuasion.”
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