Definition of 'fistful'
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He got his fistful of dollars. Times, Sunday Times (2007)India hold a fistful of aces. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Instead, it dances to life the moment you grab a fistful. The Sun (2016)Of course, he got a fistful of dollars for it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I think she expected me to rush home with a fistful of notes. The Sun (2006)I grabbed a fistful of front brake and braced myself. The Sun (2009)One protester threw a fistful of fake dollars over him and police officers tried to end the presentation, claiming that there was a bomb threat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What's most shocking is that Britain folded while holding a fistful of aces. The Sun (2011)It's a lot harder when they've got a fistful of money and thousands of people screaming their name. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In a blur of activity, my right hand grabs a fistful of front brake, the left pulls the clutch. The Sun (2008)But instead of leaving with a fistful of petty cash, he ends up in hospital after a hiding from Rob. The Sun (2012)At a swift 80 minutes, part with your fistful of dollars for this tale that delivers an unconventional but honest approach. The Sun (2015)
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