Definition of bagful in English:

bagful

noun

  • See bag

    • ‘Indians have always harvested medals by the bagfuls, utilising the event as a testing ground to spot and groom talent.’
    • ‘She goes home nearly every Saturday and comes back Monday mornings, carrying bagfuls of sweet bread, pickled meats and fresh fruit.’
    • ‘He gave an exemplary performance yet again and had this been the Oscars he'd have walked away with bagfuls of awards and lucrative contracts.’
    • ‘Yes, she's got a lot of attention from fans, and finds it difficult to reply to all the letters that pour in throughout the week… literally in bagfuls.’
    • ‘Teenagers got together to pick up dozens of bagfuls of litter in Benfleet and Canvey as part of a community project.’

Pronunciation

bagful

/ˈbaɡfʊl/