Definition of quiverful in English:

quiverful

noun

  • 1The amount of arrows a quiver can hold.

    figurative ‘he is a writer with a quiverful of credits to his name’
    • ‘As a result, he was able to announce plenty of studies at the weekend: he could promise a quiverful of feasibility reports and a truckful of work in progress.’
    • ‘I quickly took the bow and a quiverful of blue-fletched arrows.’
    • ‘Just two months into his Fulbright fellowship, he already has a quiverful of stories about birdcalls in the Himalayas.’
    1. 1.1British humorous A large number of offspring.
      ‘he had one of his quiverful with him’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from quiver + -ful.

Pronunciation:

quiverful

/ˈkwɪvəf(ə)l//ˈkwɪvəfʊl/