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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpocketfulpock‧et‧ful /ˈpɒkətfʊl $ ˈpɑː-/ noun [countable]  AMOUNTthe amount that can fit in a pocketpocketful of a pocketful of coins
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pocketfulIt was a time when the builder carried a Filofax and the client a pocketful of nails.Eventually Balvinder handed over a pocketful of change and the healer gave him a small pot of white powder.The wrong policy could cost you more than a pocketful of dreams.Willie Greene, his 4-year-old grandson, came to visit the ranch with a pocketful of marbles.pocketful ofa pocketful of quarters
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