- n.一把（的量）( handful的名词复数 ); 用手抓起的数量; 少数人（或事物）; 难以控制的人（或动物）;
He was lifting up handfuls of leaves and throwing them at her. She was laughing and egging him on.
We shall take part in it as handfuls of dust and splinters of bone.
He reached gloomily into one of his trees and picked handfuls of fruit.
I eat large handfuls of popcorn with double butter.
She put handfuls of tea a bag, and gave it to me.
There are two handfuls of axes on the ground.
And in the seven plenteous years the earth brought forth by handfuls.
Even your hair is coming out in handfuls.
And then handfuls of decorative glass beads.
You should not be able to grab handfuls of fat anywhere on the dog's body.
Better one handful with tranquillity handfuls with toil and chasing after the wind.
We ate handfuls of bittersweet chocolate chips and licked peanut butter off spoons.
She kept handfuls of fine sand and letting it pour through her fingers.
They traded cheap trinkets to the Indians, or worn - out muskets or handfuls of powder.
She kept lifting handfuls of fine sand and letting it pour through her fingers.