from The Century Dictionary.
- Full of obstructions or impediments.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Full of obstructions.
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- adjective archaic Full of
- noun The amount of people in a
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But "Parazit" had a barful of friends waiting - Iranian underground rockers, poets and artists who have fled the country in recent years and settled in New York and Washington.
He found Duke, alright — playing jazz sax to a barful of ladies and looking suspiciously like Ron Swanson in a fedora.
You could ring enough bells to give an entire barful of drunken Frank Capra angels their wings and it still wouldn't be enough to drown out the holiday ads Wal Mart has been running since the last slutty pirate slipped out of her Halloween costume.
The last thing I wanted was a whole barful of people surging across the street to watch the fun.
Not that you'd know it unless, as per usual, you were made all too aware of alcohol by strolling through a vomit-spattered town centre, passing a barful of celebrating bankers in the City, or waiting for a night bus amid the dismal caterwauling of underage soaks.