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Synonyms for barrowful

the quantity that a barrow will hold


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So maybe it was sourly ironic that the Leeds manager should call on the FA to punish one of this contest's barrowful of offenders.
Coal came by canal boat to Crawford Street coalyard and we earned a few coppers fetching a barrowful for the old people.
You simply need a bit of spare ground, preferably in the sun, and a barrowful of well- rotted, but not steaming, manure.
The study option will enable you to explain to yourself and others just how you managed to unload another barrowful of readies on the Wednesday.
THEY'VE called Terry Venables a spiv, an Arfur Daley and a Cockney wide boy who's trickier than a barrowful of monkey's.
The loan signing of West Ham youngster Freddie Sears looks inspired and he's bound to score a barrowful of goals in the Championship.
If they had they would remember Germany before the Second World War when it took a barrowful of banknotes to buy a loaf of bread.
Andy Capp, the cartoon character who's funnier than a barrowful of the foul-mouthed "comedians" of today, is commemorated in Hartlepool.
Colin Calderwood's summer capture of hard-man midfielder Neil Lennon looks an inspired signing - and he can set up a barrowful of goals for Grant Holt and Kris Commons.