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  • n. Plural form of cartful.


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  • Been buzzing around for the past few days (weeks, rather), busy-ing myself with cartfuls of readings and Geyao matters.

    babycartercl Diary Entry

  • Residents from Harare's townships unfazed by prospects of arrest for breaching forestry laws, are often seen carrying bundles of firewood or pushing cartfuls of chopped wood from neighbouring farms.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • They say he made cartfuls of money over that Jacobite business.

    The Yeoman Adventurer

  • The cook spotted us immediately and desired us to "catch water"; which we did, three cartfuls of it, earning our usual

    The Enormous Room

  • Every road was crowded with pilgrims, all, men and women alike, dragging whole trees, pushing loads of sawn beams, and cartfuls of the moaning sick and aged forming the sacred phalanx, the veterans of suffering, the unconquerable legions of sorrow, all to help in the siege of the heavenly Jerusalem, forming the outer guard to support the attack by the reinforcement of prayer.

    The Cathedral

  • Truly it was a horrible sight, that heaving, putrid sea of corruption; for the bodies of the miserable victims were thrown in in cartfuls, and only covered with a handful of earth and quicklime.

    The Midnight Queen

  • The pest-houses were full, so were the plague-pits, where the dead were hurled in cartfuls; and no one knew who rose up in health in the morning but that they might be lying stark and dead in a few hours.

    The Midnight Queen

  • "We have had women and men coming in and buying piles, cartfuls of clothes at one time," said Wilson.

    NY1 - Top Stories


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