Panful
Panful \Pan"ful\ (p[a^]n"f[.u]l), n.; pl. {Panfuls} (p[a^]n"f[.u]lz). [See 5th {Pan}.] Enough to fill a pan. [1913 Webster]

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  • panful — noun Date: circa 1740 as much or as many as a pan will hold …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • panful — noun As much as a pan will hold …   Wiktionary

  • panful — pan·ful …   English syllables

  • panful — ˈpanˌfu̇l noun ( s) : a quantity that fills a pan …   Useful english dictionary

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