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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stuff.
- adj. Full (with), or packed (with some material or substance).
- adj. Full after eating.
- adj. Very tired.
- adj. Broken, not functional; in trouble, in a situation from which one is unlikely to recover.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pilled with or as with stuffing.
- Having the nose obstructed, as during a cold.
- In botany, filled with a cottony web or spongy mass which is distinct from the walls: said of stems of fungi.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled with something
- adj. crammed with food
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Koosa is the middle eastern name for this dish which we know as stuffed squash.
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Christmas day and we are still stuffed from the réveillon.
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And she'll be back on Friday with another fun autumn recipe - pumpkin stuffed with everything good.
It certain stuffed with my head – trying to work out how all the stories fit together.
Plus, visits to the strip club will be far more expensive because we will have to use fives - what stripper wants a coin stuffed in her g-string.
Any menu description that uses the words creamy, breaded, crisp, sauced, or stuffed is likely loaded with hidden fats -- much of it saturated or even trans fats.