handful

  1. a small number or amount
  2. the quantity that can be held in the hand

Handful

Handful is British slang for the quantity five.
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Handful

Handful is British slang for the quantity five.
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handful

[n] - a small number or amount 2. [n] - the quantity that can be held in the hand
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Handful

Hand'ful (-ful) noun ; plural Handfuls (-fulz). [ Anglo-Saxon handfull .] 1. As much as the hand will grasp or contain. Addison. 2. A hand's breadth; four inches. [ Obsolete] « Knap the tongs together about a handful from the bottom.» ...
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handful

noun a small number or amount; `only a handful of responses were received`
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Handful

• (n.) A small quantity. • (n.) As much as the hand will grasp or contain. • (n.) A hand`s breadth; four inches.
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Handful

The 'tic tac' term for 5 1.
Found on http://www.horse-directory.co.uk/racingglossary.htm

Handful

Slang for the price 5/1.
Found on http://www.tophorseracinglinks.com/html/glossary.htm
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