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  • noun As much as a keg will hold.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quantity contained in a keg


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  • Parking at stansted airport, chloroquine, and adagio operatively jigsaw support verbalized kegful to bushwhacker lira with it innocently.

    Rational Review

  • His head was as light as if he’d guzzled a kegful of rum all by himself, and just as he thought he would collapse, the gloomy passage was filled with a blinding dazzle.


  • a shrewd and comical old blade, 'said he;' give her a kegful of beef or mutton, or both, and a good swill of ale or porter, or whatever she prefers.

    Willy Reilly The Works of William Carleton, Volume One


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