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stuffingstuff‧ing /ˈstʌfɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 DFCa mixture of bread or rice, onion etc that you put inside a chicken, pepper etc before cooking it sage and onion stuffing2 DHFsoft material that is used to fill something such as a cushion knock the stuffing out of somebody at knock1(12)
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stuffingOnce it's cooled, remove any stuffing, strip leftover meat from the bones and refrigerate it.It can be cooked with a variety of seasonings, so I vary the accompaniments such as stuffing and sauces each year.I chewed faster, stuffing my mouth, until Megan hustled me to my feet and escorted me away.Wipe with a damp cloth and grill them, or top each one with a spoonful of stuffing, then bake.The goose, the stuffing, the Christmas pud, they were all realities.Stir some into the stuffing for turkey or game birds, or mix with minced meat when making pâté.United had 11 players on World Cup duty in midweek and their travels looked to have knocked the stuffing out of them.Unmould the stuffing, cut it into slices and serve with the duck.
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