1. Bushelful definition is - as much as a bushel will hold.
2. ‘I'll remember Horace as a true original, unhybridized, a Bushelful of contradictions: stubborn but sentimental, steely and twinkly, old-school formal but startlingly earthy.’ ‘Michelle has been known to eat fresh peas by the proverbial Bushelful.’ ‘I grew up eating Chesapeake Bay crabs by the Bushelful.’
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4. We track them down from shack to shack, dock to fishmonger, and eat them by the Bushelful, steamed, stuffed, fried and chowdered until we've gotten
5. This recipe turns out what seems like a Bushelful of cookies—that's probably how it got its name
6. 2009 August 5, Catherine Porter, “Urban park sprouts a city farm”, in Toronto Star: While the radishes are popping up by the Bushelful, the farmers still have to …
7. Bushelful 'Bushelful' is a 9 letter word starting with B and ending with L Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Bushelful
8. We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Bushelful will help you to finish your crossword today.
9. Plural of Bushelful Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
10. The New Yorker raved about his show THE APPLE BOYS, calling it “a Bushelful of delights” and that he wrote “clever, catchy songs.”It had its world premiere at HERE Arts Center in November 2018 (book by Jonothon Lyons, Heart on Sleeve Productions).
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12. Antonyms for Bushelful. 23 synonyms for bushel: jillion, million, multiplicity, ream, trillion, gob, heap, load, lot, oodles, passel, peck, scad, slew, wad, zillion, fix, furbish up
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14. These little loaves freeze (and thaw) wonderfully, so keep them on hand by the Bushelful for last-minute gifts
15. Bushelful of enjoyment on Apple's Way
16. This new musical comedy is a Bushelful of delights: Ben Bonnema’s clever, catchy songs, Jonothon Lyons’s wonderfully silly yet tightly constructed book, and adorable, hilarious performances from the quartet (Jelani Remy, Amanda Ryan Paige, Teddy Yudain, and Lyons).
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17. Fall has arrived, and fresh apples are being plucked from trees by the Bushelful
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18. Returns were “pouring in by the Bushelful.” More than 500 returns were received during the early morning rush and Internal Revenue officials worked straight through lunch hour.
19. It delivers a Bushelful of fruity fresh frostiness, without artificial flavoring or coloring.
20. Getting back to the ‘race’ digit possessed of a better understanding of how the SSA assigns that number, we find that prior to 1965, a Bushelful of SSNs with even numbers in this position were
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21. Synonyms for Bushelfuls in Free Thesaurus
22. So Americans are doing what we do best and eating them by the Bushelful
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23. A Bushelful of information on heirloom tomatoes Shoe Heel Factory Different types of tomatoes make for different flavored dishes and provide an assortment of colorful meals.
24. Bushelful meaning in Urdu: بشل بھر - Bashl bhar meaning, Definition Synonyms at English to Urdu dictionary gives you the best and accurate urdu translation and meanings of Bushelful …
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25. At a campaign rally in Nashville, President Donald Trump repeated a Bushelful of false and misleading claims, and added a few new ones
26. So stop on by, we’ve got fun by the Bushelful! Note: Admission for ages 3 and over is required to pick apples
27. The measure contains an election-reform Bushelful of liberal chestnuts – same-day voter registration, provisional ballots, poll worker recruitment and training
28. The trees scattered throughout the yard include some of the worst offenders: oak, locust, and maple trees that drop tassels, tiny flowers and helicopters by the Bushelful every spring
29. “[A] sleuth with a Bushelful of entertaining problems.”—Claudia Bishop, bestselling author of the Hemlock Falls Mysteries “Connolly’s writing style brings the reader into the sights, scents, and sounds of a small town.”—Open Book Society “An example of everything that is right with the cozy mystery.”—Lesa’s Book Critiques
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30. "I grew up eating Chesapeake Bay crabs by the Bushelful"
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31. With the Fall harvest upon her, Cam must sift through a Bushelful of possible killers that includes Irene's estranged stepson, her disgruntled auto mechanic, and a fellow CSA subscriber who seems suspiciously happy to have the dead woman out of the way.
32. A Bushelful of thanks goes to the farmers for their generosity
33. At a campaign rally in Nashville, President Donald Trump repeated a Bushelful of false and misleading claims, and added a few new ones
34. By now it’s probably dying, or already dead, and shedding needles by the Bushelful
35. So the Russians have lost a Bushelful of their defending medalists, and the home-court edge
36. It wasn't until he produced a Bushelful of radio hits before he started to mine a territory that was uniquely his own
bushel (noun) · bushels (plural noun)
/ ˈbʊʃ əl /. a unit of dry measure containing 4 pecks, equivalent in the U.S. (and formerly in England) to 2150.42 cubic inches or 35.24 liters (Winchester bushel), and in Great Britain to 2219.36 cubic inches or 36.38 liters (Imperial bushel). Abbreviation: bu., bush.
Informal A large amount; a great deal: We have bushels of time, so relax. [Middle English, from Anglo-Norman bussel, variant of Old French boissiel, from boisse, one sixth of a bushel, of Celtic origin .] To alter or mend (clothing).
noun a unit of dry measure containing 4 pecks, equivalent in the U.S. (and formerly in England) to 2150.42 cubic inches or 35.24 liters (Winchester bushel), and in Great Britain to 2219.36 cubic inches or 36.38 liters (Imperial bushel). Abbreviation: bu., bush. to alter or repair (a garment).
[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman bussel, variant of Old French boissiel, from boisse, one sixth of a bushel, of Celtic origin .] To alter or mend (clothing).