bowlful

[bohl-fool]
noun, plural bowlfuls.
as much as a bowl can hold: He ate two bowlfuls of soup.

Origin:
1605–15; bowl1 + -ful

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Example sentences
They became so habituated to people that one resident lured a moose inside his living room with a bowlful of corn chips.
Then she'll set out a bowlful for some predinner snacking.
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