from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To stuff too much into: overstuff a suitcase.
- transitive v. To upholster (an armchair, for example) deeply and thickly.
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- v. To stuff to excess.
- v. To thoroughly cushion or upholster.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. stuff too much
For me it would be an overstuff chair that you just sink into to, with an ottoman to put me feet up on.
Make sure that your upholsterer does not overstuff the seat cushions.
You do not want to overstuff your spring roll or else it will just rip apart and become very un-fun to eat.
They overstuff the sandwiches and their falafels are much lighter than others around the city.
She is careful not to overstuff the bag, as heavy and bulky clutches can be difficult to manage.
Try instead a neat little clutch or short-handled bag and don't ever overstuff them.
As I said at the onset, I loved the movies, even the very few being offered today for those of even average intelligence, but I fear a total disenchantment is on its way, unless the moguls come up with a more engaging product for people of all ages and stop trying to overstuff us with all the hype and brainless baloney.
"Hewson tends to overstuff, but likable Nic exudes series potential."
Do not overstuff the dryer; heat must reach all items.
Don't overstuff sandwiches--the filling will fall out--and don't use caramel for any reason.