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bushel
used in Anna Karenina

2 uses
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Definition
a unit of measure used for dry goods (filling an 8 gallon container)

or:

a large amount — as in "bushels of fun"
  • We sold about eight bushels and sowed a rood.
    Part Two (34% in)
  • Lands gone out of cultivation, overgrown with weeds, or divided among the peasants, and where millions of bushels were raised you get a hundred thousand; the wealth of the country has decreased.
    Part Three (83% in)

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