English version

houseful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhousefulhouse‧ful /ˈhaʊsfʊl/ noun   a houseful of something
Examples from the Corpus
housefulI had a houseful of them.Because we so easily could have a houseful of mud.We were three glowing faces and three pairs of shining eyes in a houseful of mad black dancing ghosts.The house was mine, but I should not be able to keep a houseful of servants.You have to want a houseful of people in order to spend time at the stove and not resent it.A houseful of people watched me around the clock, which only made me more determined.
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