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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskinfulskin‧ful /ˈskɪnfʊl/ noun   have a skinful
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skinfulI could see at once that they had all had a skinful.Benjamin Ryan had had a skinful, that much was evident.If it was Monday morning, I must have had a skinful the night before.
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