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  • n. Enough to fill a beach.


beach +‎ -ful (Wiktionary)


  • Avalon's inadequate twin moons would smile on a beachful of frolicking spacefarers.

    The Legacy of Heorot

  • Street police; and the Hospital doctor, bounding over a beachful of shattered, scattered waves, stood, out of breath, beside the Lady of

    Stories of Childhood

  • TIME's review of the film gave a hint of the filmmakers' dialectical scheme: "After ogling a beachful of bikinied bosoms, the camera cuts abruptly to a woman in New Guinea nonchalantly nursing a small, bristly pig, cuts again to a nearby village, where screaming hogs are being clubbed to death by natives in preparation for a barbecue." Top Stories


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