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- n. As much as a car will hold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the quantity that a car will hold.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quantity that a car will hold
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It's a "carful" way to help seniors keep their independence.
We had the complete support and trust of our advisory board to run with things, we also had ring-fenced budget, and we were carful to get the right kind of people involved.
Be carful Paul Steinhauser your true colors are showing.
We made our way to the front driveway, where I saw a carful of boys, energized with youthful high spirits.
Bringing a carful of foreigners to lunch was a good way to attract the Ali Babas.
At the end of that decade, a carful of lawyers pulled up to the hospital and were greeted by the greying director.
Twice a week I watched her from my front window, where I was lying on the couch using up Kleenex as she got picked up by a carful of women wearing satin team jackets.
Ai praktisin for my audishun wid Serk du Solay maeks sure u iz carful
Dinner Date Crazy Catlady Style carful or yull be replaced!
Cheech and Chong: The Cat Years gots to be carful wif dat stuff