Definition of 'thimbleful'
Example sentences containing 'thimbleful'
Even less had she come across as the civic conscience type who'd feel duty bound to pour her thimbleful of water on a drowning woman.THE ONLY GAME (1992)
The writer has to live it all out, months, maybe years--the writer needs a cupful of pain to get a thimbleful of prose.GRACED LAND (1992)
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