stuffed

stuffed
stuffed [ stʌft ] adjective
1. ) INFORMAL someone who is stuffed has eaten until they feel full or sick:
No more, thanks. I'm stuffed.
2. ) a dead animal that is stuffed has been filled with a substance so that it looks alive
a ) stuffed meat or vegetables have been filled with some other type of food:
stuffed peppers
b ) a stuffed toy or CUSHION has been filled with a soft material
3. ) a space, container, or shelf that is stuffed is full of things:
The closet is absolutely stuffed you won't fit that box in.
get stuffed BRITISH IMPOLITE
used for telling someone to stop annoying you, or for saying that you do not care about what they say

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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