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Synonyms for basketful

the quantity contained in a basket


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In her left hand is a basketful of fresh produce, in her right, a plastic bag bearing live fish.
We can be sure of this because this is what he did say in Newcastle yesterday on a flying visit with fellow band member Tony Hadley to promote this basketful of goodies.
Then, after years of study, she discovers ''I [had] arrived with a basketful of questions.
I had a basketful of items and was standing in line while a girl and a chap were serving behind the tills.
11/20 More for Your Dollar: A Basketful of PR and Business Lessons
The third set could have gone either way, thanks to the basketful of unforced errors from both (Brown was the bigger culprit with as many as 37 for the match to Gojowczyk's 23).
There, her mother approached with a basketful of small packets of henna as a phalanx of iPhone-equipped female photographers formed a wall around the bride in her pretty red veil.
I could have eaten a basketful when they came out of the test kitchen.
Eggs were decorated by hand, so the business found it difficult to keep up with demand This little girl is pictured with a whole basketful of Easter bunnies in the late 1980s Ruabon Junior School Easter Parade, March 1978.
Easter's on its way and value hunters should hippity hop online to the Ryan's, HomeTownBuffet and Old Country Buffet websites to collect a basketful of delicious savings with their Virtual Easter Egg Hunt .
AFTER the comforting, warming dishes of winter it's time to bring a basketful of fresh new flavours to the table with a taste of spring.
One woman who had bought a whole basketful of papal goods, said: "I'm picking them up for my daughter's class.
Four Vines 2010 "Naked" Char-donnay (Santa Barbara County; 02) A basketful of fresh peaches, with a touch of butteriness and keen balance.