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crammed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrammedcrammed /kræmd/ adjective   crammed with/crammed full of something
Examples from the Corpus
crammedThere were fifteen of them in the compartment, crammed and squashed for three hours since their loading from the Transit gaol.How can children learn in crammed classrooms?It was crammed full of good ideas which you couldn't sensibly argue with, but they had been turned upside down.In the summer it is crammed full, with pots hanging from the roof, and larger pots standing on the ground.Their Oxford home is crammed full with the spoils of their success at the chessboard.Are all your cupboards or closets crammed full?The crammed loose boxes to his right seemed more menacing, as though the ugliest objects had been banished to this unvisited dungeon.
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