noun (plural quiverfuls)
1The amount of arrows a quiver can hold: figurative he is a writer with a quiverful of credits to his name
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- I quickly took the bow and a quiverful of blue-fletched arrows.
- As a result, he was able to announce plenty of studies at the weekend: he could promise a quiverful of feasibility reports and a truckful of work in progress.
- Just two months into his Fulbright fellowship, he already has a quiverful of stories about birdcalls in the Himalayas.
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