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  • n. The amount that a fork will hold.


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fork +‎ -ful


  • I do the same thing with the lime pickle that you do with the mango – just a forkful from the fridge will chill a snack attack right in its tracks.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Keema Sookh: North Indian Home Cooking

  • “Yah, yah, yah,” Benny said, stuffing a forkful of green beans into his wide mouth.

    Kings of Colorado

  • After a forkful of Spanish omelette, he told me, "no, it wouldn't decrease my motivation or my business creativity: what other game would I play?"

    Craig K. Comstock: After the American Dream

  • He appeared to be sucking his teeth after every bite, taking his time, thinking about what he'd sucked — then stabbing a new forkful.

    I Married This

  • Then, as I raised a forkful to my mouth, I heard the voice again, even louder.

    Al Eisele: The Death of Privacy

  • Even though my stomach was protesting, I forced myself to swallow the last piece of meat and another forkful of green beans.


  • “Drug rehabilitation,” Uncle Reuben muttered as he chewed his forkful of sirloin steak.


  • The lasagna looked kind of hideous cold, but I shoved a big forkful into my mouth anyhow.

    My Fair Succubi

  • He scoops up another forkful of food, then shovels it into my mouth.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • She puts a forkful of food in her mouth, then points her fork at me as she chews.

    Deep Throat Diva


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