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  • n. Plural form of bowlful.


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  • And when I say eating, I mean eating: not bowlfuls at a time, but entire boxes at a time.

    Billy Altman: Will No CC's For CC Sabathia Mean Trouble For Yanks?

  • The kids each had 2 bowlfuls and John and I cleaned our plates down to the last drop, trying to reserve enough for tomorrow night's dinner as well.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • It is also very hearty and filling -- how I put away as many bowlfuls of this as I did as a child I don't know.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Sammy had a whopping 3 bowlfuls -- and would have kept on going except by then the rest of us were enjoying our brownies.

    Somewhat Tarascan Bean Soup

  • Laughing, cramping, moaning, spinning rivers and oceans of stories, spilling bowlfuls bright with red, staining cushions.

    Eve's Curse in Silence and Sorrow

  • How fun it is to do dishes by lugging bowlfuls upon bowlfuls of hot water from the laundry room (the only faucet that runs hot enough in this house!).

    Keeping Up with the Times

  • Tompkins ushered the spymaster into his candlelit dining room for bowlfuls of fettuccine his Posilipan cook had whipped up with flour and GI powdered eggs.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • It was the first dish she ever made for me, and since then I've had many more bowlfuls, both of her making and from other places.

    Star Anise

  • Simple downfalls, fourth set of ten: e.g. 1. eating many meals, 2. taking more than two or three alms bowlfuls, 3. eating at the wrong time; etc.

    Ordination in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition

  • Scott just loved the whole thing, and ate 2 bowlfuls that night.

    Bites v 6


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