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- n. Plural form of drawerful.
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I have drawerfuls of the stuff and LOVE sending letters, parcels and cards too.
Not just, as Morse had suggested, the contents of a few files on the events surrounding the Tonkin Gulf incident - all that I had in early August - but the drawerfuls of critical working papers, memos, estimates, and detailed escalation options revealing the evolving plans of the Johnson Administration for a wider war, expected to commence soon after the election.
What makeup means to women Always fascinated by women's drawerfuls of rouge, shadow and lipstick
The first book about butterflies was published here in the 17th century and the Victorians were obsessed with collecting drawerfuls of pickled insects to show their dinner guests.
A single shell, so unequivocally of the period of the boulder-clay as to occur at the base of the deposit, would be worth, I have said, whole drawerfuls of fossils furnished by the better-known deposits.
"We have drawerfuls of sunglasses," he told the Globe.