Definitions

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  • noun The quantity in a scoop.

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

  • noun the quantity a scoop will hold

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You can eat just a scoopful and be sated, though, with its intense flavors.

    Vanilla Pear Granita

  • Then I added a heaping scoopful of bath salts and shut the door behind me as I left the room to take the necklace off.

    The Hollow

  • Then I added a heaping scoopful of bath salts and shut the door behind me as I left the room to take the necklace off.

    The Hollow

  • But this one happens to be one of the most guiltless combinations of the three: Starting with fiber-rich multigrain bread — and only a sliver per scoopful of squash — going onto Vitamins A, C, potassium, manganese, calcium and even Omega-3 fatty acids found in most winter squash, and finally the healthy dose of calcium and relative low fat in ricotta compared to other cheeses.

    Winter Squash Bruschetta

  • The Spare carefully decanted a scoopful of mousse into each cup.

    We Can Fix It

  • The Spare carefully decanted a scoopful of mousse into each cup.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • She strode across the sunken living room to a cocktail cart where she dumped a scoopful of crushed ice into a stainless steel cocktail shaker and filled the balance with vodka.

    State of the Union

  • She strode across the sunken living room to a cocktail cart where she dumped a scoopful of crushed ice into a stainless steel cocktail shaker and filled the balance with vodka.

    State of the Union

  • She strode across the sunken living room to a cocktail cart where she dumped a scoopful of crushed ice into a stainless steel cocktail shaker and filled the balance with vodka.

    State of the Union

  • Gold-painted shovels were handed out, and on Mr. Muckle's signal all the dignitaries smiled, leaned over, and dug up a scoopful of sand.

    Hoot

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