Trayful
Trayful \Tray"ful\, n.; pl. {Trayfuls}. As much as a tray will hold; enough to fill a tray. [1913 Webster]

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  • trayful — noun see tray …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trayful — noun As much as a tray will hold …   Wiktionary

  • trayful — tray·ful …   English syllables

  • trayful — ˈtrāˌfu̇l noun ( s) : as much as a tray will hold …   Useful english dictionary

  • Trayfuls — Trayful Tray ful, n.; pl. {Trayfuls}. As much as a tray will hold; enough to fill a tray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tray — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English trīg, trēg; akin to Old Swedish trø wooden grain measure and probably to Old English trēow tree more at tree Date: before 12th century an open receptacle with a flat bottom and a low rim for… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • tray — noun a flat, shallow container with a raised rim, used for carrying or holding things. Derivatives trayful noun (plural trayfuls). Origin OE trīg, from the Gmc base of tree …   English new terms dictionary

  • tray — n. 1 a flat shallow vessel usu. with a raised rim for carrying dishes etc. or containing small articles, papers, etc. 2 a shallow lidless box forming a compartment of a trunk. Derivatives: trayful n. (pl. fuls). Etymology: OE trig f. Gmc, rel. to …   Useful english dictionary

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