Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overstuff.
  • adj. being filled beyond reasonable capacity

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. upholstered thickly and deeply

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The decorator Ben had hired turned out to have had a vastly different view of what the word overstuffed meant than I did.

    Goodnight Nobody

  • He airships across the country, but believe me, his cured "overstuffed" sandwich meats and homemade dishes are best eaten right in the deli.

    Liza de Guia: VIDEO: The NYC Jewish Delicatessen: A Dying Breed's Secrets to Survival

  • Update: I hope the hopelessly "overstuffed" Po Boy Preservation event didn't factor into the Presidential Debate committee's unfortunate decision.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • I specifically told election judges to be prepared for 'overstuffed' and spillover ballots similar to 2004.

    Sound Politics: "Ballot-bag problems may slow counting of 8th District votes"

  • "The Champions of Mytheon package is truly an 'overstuffed' offering with unbelievable in and out of game goodies, head starts, and exclusive gear," said Peter Cesario, director of new business and product development at UTV True Games.

    DreamStation.cc

  • The "overstuffed" pitches tend to be the ones that our clients insist on helping us craft.

    PR-Squared

  • Overall, the IOD lineup seems to reflect past shows, which were "overstuffed" with a passel of middle-of-the-road announcements, said

    Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • Overall, the IOD lineup seems to reflect past shows, which were "overstuffed" with a passel of middle-of-the-road announcements, said Forrester Research analyst James Kobielus.

    Reseller News

  • These offices are spacious and well lit, furnished with overstuffed leather furniture, and filled with family portraits, Christian artwork, gifts of state, oddities collected from the four corners of the earth, and bookshelves lined with Bibles, Christian classics, and management tomes by Peter Drucker and others.

    American Grace

  • A half-mile is a long walk with two overstuffed reusable bags.

    Matthew Yglesias » Taxpayer-Subsidized Parking Garages

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