Definition of screenful in US English:

screenful

noun

  • See screen

    • ‘Gather more information on claims and claimants, in each screenful of options.’
    • ‘The submitted essays range in length from a few terse words to a screenful of close type.’
    • ‘Upon installation, it asks a screenful of personal information, and is enabled by default to report back to HQ a bevy of information about your computer system.’
    • ‘Google can provide screenfuls of information about a prospective match.’
    • ‘For example, ‘paging’ - the need, in the old days of character-based displays, to show only one screenful of information at a time - was broken into a separate small program.’

Pronunciation

screenful

/-ˌfo͝ol/