roomful

[room-fool, room-]
noun, plural roomfuls.
an amount or number sufficient to fill a room.

Origin:
1700–10; room + -ful


See -ful.
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roomful (ˈruːmfʊl, ˈrʊm-)
 
n , pl -fuls
a number or quantity sufficient to fill a room: a roomful of furniture

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Example sentences
Picture a roomful of people slurping noodles out of toilet bowls, and you get
  the idea.
The tape showed a roomful of tiny cages resembling microwave ovens stacked on
  top of one another.
The next time you find yourself seated in a roomful of strangers, take a close
  look at your nearest neighbor.
Add a roomful of computers and a company could get to work.
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