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Spell check of fistful

Correct spelling: fistful

Synonyms:
hundred, bundle, mountain, mass, sheaf, slew, handful, mess, quantity, wad, chunk, ton, abundance, peck, stack, bucket, carload, lashings, store, dessertspoon, dozen, barrel, potful, spate, yard, pack, plenitude, good deal, sight, oodles, myriad, volume, box, profusion, shipload, basketful, pile, much, bucketful, smattering, bunch, basket, truckload, heap, deal, armful, plenty, cartload, raft, multiplicity, plentitude, bushel, plateful, reams, wealth, passel, boatload, boxful, bag, scads, loads, gobs.

Antonyms:
granule, deficiency, nip, poverty, dearth, undersupply, grain, lick, meagerness, touch, scarcity, sprinkle, shade, piece, smattering, jot, particle, smatter, little, ounce, suspicion, bit, famine, fragment, dab, scintilla, trace, sprinkling, dot, flyspeck, iota, atom, pinch, crumb, smidgen, handful, taste, ace, inadequacy, shot, morsel, whit, ray, molecule, driblet, scarceness, nubbin, peanuts, drop, insufficiency, tad, lack, skimpiness, mouthful, shortage, pittance, scrap, scruple, dash, speck, mote, shadow, section, dram, fleck, mite, strain, deficit, modicum, portion, scantness, tittle, scantiness, spot, absence, glimmer, want, hint, shred, streak, paucity.

Examples of usage:

1) " She isn't the only white 'orse ever foaled," remarked the driver, sorting his fistful of reins. - "Stingaree", E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung.

2) I had no need to thrust my hand inside, for as I held it under the vent thus opened, I felt a soft, powdery substance streaming downward, with which my palm was instantly filled; and as my fingers closed upon it, I felt satisfied that I had got hold of a fistful of flour. - "The Boy Tar", Mayne Reid.

3) His argument and the force of it humbled me, for I gathered that when he wrote he had but to put his hand in his pocket and pull out all the words he wanted by the fistful. - "Waiting for Daylight", Henry Major Tomlinson.

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