basketful

[bas-kit-fool, bah-skit-]
noun, plural basketfuls.
1.
a sufficient quantity to fill a basket; the amount contained in a basket.
2.
any considerable quantity: a basketful of surprises.

Origin:
1565–75; basket + -ful


See -ful.
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Example sentences
We headed back to the main visitors are with a basketful of eggs from the first
  nest, however, so the morning had been a success.
Not to mention the small or micro satellites that can be really small and
  launched basketful in one single shot.
But bad apples always exist in a basketful of good ones.
Philosophy's output is the basketful of these admissible views, all together.
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