What is another word for shelfful?

2 synonyms found


[ ʃˈɛlffə͡l], [ ʃˈɛlffə‍l], [ ʃ_ˈɛ_l_f_f_əl]

Shelfful pertains to the quantity that a shelf can accommodate. If you need to refer to a different amount of goods, you can use synonyms such as a pile, a stack, a heap or a bundle. You can also use the word batch to refer to a group of objects, products or materials that are processed, produced or prepared at the same time. Alternatively, you can use the phrase "a number of" or "several" to describe a quantity of items that does not require a specific measurement. There are numerous ways to express the idea of an amount or a quantity of goods aside from the term shelfful. It's important to choose the right word for the right context to communicate effectively.

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How to use "Shelfful" in context?

The word "shelfful" is found only once in the Bible, in Isaiah 37:29. The word is used there as a description of the good fortune that the Jewish people will enjoy under the rule of King David. The word is derived from the Hebrew verb meaning "to overflow with." In Isaiah, the term is used to describe the abundance and prosperity that will come to the Jewish people as a result of their relationship with the Lord. The Shelfful blessing contrast sharply with the curses that were pronounced on other nations in the same passage.

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