the amount that a bucket can hold:
a bucketful of water.
Historical Examples

The Biography of a Prairie Girl Eleanor Gates
The Battle and the Breeze R.M. Ballantyne
Home Pork Making A. W. Fulton
Nell, of Shorne Mills Charles Garvice
Rewards and Fairies Rudyard Kipling
Twice Lost W.H.G. Kingston
Ran Away to Sea Mayne Reid
My Wife and I Harriet Beecher Stowe
John Caldigate Anthony Trollope
The War-Trail Fort James Willard Schultz


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