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  • noun Plural form of pocketful.

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Examples

  • Nadja Swarovski recalls her father, Helmut, coming home from work with pocketfuls of crystals for her to play with.

    Crystallizing Profits

  • The small pines are budding, and today he brings an armload of stakes, pocketfuls of baling twine, soft rags to keep the bound seedlings from wind-chafing.

    Mystery

  • Yet being here makes me realize how fractured my life is, with bits of my attention scattered everywhere like pocketfuls of gravel.

    Holly Robinson: Our Muses, Ourselves: Why Women Like Me Run Away From Home

  • Yet being here makes me realize how fractured my life is, with bits of my attention scattered everywhere like pocketfuls of gravel.

    Holly Robinson: Our Muses, Ourselves: Why Women Like Me Run Away From Home

  • Yeah, Arnie got a couple pocketfuls of my scratch this year.

    Tax Extension Form 2010 | Manolith

  • Around them an entire cast gathers: actors, comics, singers, songwriters, gangsters, politicians, and women, as well as thousands of starstruck everyday folks who fork over pocketfuls of money for the privilege of basking in their presence.

    Review: Rat Pack Confidential

  • Big, handsome hunks with pocketfuls of cash, all looking for a good time.

    Cheech & Chong

  • Around them an entire cast gathers: actors, comics, singers, songwriters, gangsters, politicians, and women, as well as thousands of starstruck everyday folks who fork over pocketfuls of money for the privilege of basking in their presence.

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  • Big, handsome hunks with pocketfuls of cash, all looking for a good time.

    Cheech & Chong

  • But more importantly, did GSK know that patients would become addicted to it, thus earning them pocketfuls of cash?

    A Chemical Imbalance - The Serotonin Myth

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