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stuffed

If something is stuffed, it's packed full of material, like the giant stuffed rabbit you won at the country fair. If a person is stuffed, she's had too much to eat.

You might sit back after eating an entire pizza and murmur, "I'm stuffed." If you're stuffed up, you've got a bad cold and your head is stuffed with mucous. When objects are stuffed, it's usually because they're full of stuffing, like a stuffed armchair or a stuffed animal. It was once common to insult someone who was pompous but ineffectual by calling him a "stuffed shirt."

Definitions of stuffed
  1. adjective
    filled with something
    “a stuffed turkey”
    Synonyms:
    full
    containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
  2. adjective
    crammed with food
    “I feel stuffed
    Synonyms:
    full
    containing as much or as many as is possible or normal
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