from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Crowded to capacity: a packed theater.
- adj. Compressed: ground covered with wet, heavily packed leaves.
- adj. Informal Filled with. Often used in combination: a thrill-packed television series.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pack.
- adj. Put into a package.
- adj. Filled with a large number or large quantity of something.
- adj. Filled to capacity with people.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as jammed.
- adj. Crowded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled to capacity
- adj. pressed together or compressed
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This is Quechua for Padrecito, a word packed with cariño, affection, and a charming intimacy.
I had two men on board that had been in the Greenland trade; the one of them in a ship that lay nine weeks, and the other in one that lay six weeks, fast in this kind of ice, which they called packed ice.
Every penny will matter and will make the difference between our kids getting a decent education or being droned-at in packed classes.
Here, in packed harbours beside the narrow trail, sleds and men waited for runners that were still behind.
PLUS putting up signs of "DO NOT PACK", PLUS keeping an eye on the closet to be be sure it isn't packed is what you'll need to do.
I was at the march for immigration reform on the mall yesterday (which was packed from the capitol to the national monument).
Stones wrapped in packed ice and directed hard at windows of houses and cars I do object to and would call the police if it went on after the kids being told to stop and getting a mouthful of abuse. on January 5, 2010 at 6: 33 pm Tony F
These spiders live and feast on the protein packed tips of the acacia tree leaves.
This was high-quality tennis, and the fans in packed Rod Laver Arena were on the edge of their seats as neither player gave an inch.
She went back to the porch and said "Gin, in the kid's art stuff that you packed, is there by chance anything brighter and thicker than watercolors?"