Definition of skinful in English:

skinful

Line breaks: skin|ful
Pronunciation: /ˈskɪnfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

noun

British informal
Enough alcoholic drink to make one drunk: he had a skinful on New Year’s Eve
More example sentences
  • The daylight hallucinations of Mr.Darko strike a chord with someone who has drank a skinful the night before and is shivering in the post booze darkness.
  • The Bury-born actor is backing a campaign to stop the British boozing habit of having a skinful of ale and then going home for a fry-up.
  • As ever, it is a time for good cheer, good will to all men and a good skinful of alcohol.

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