cram[ kram ]SEE DEFINITION OF cram
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAM
So she tried to cram me—that it was Glenwilliam persuaded her against me.
I houp ye're no gaen to cram stuff like that into the heeds o' the twa laddies.
At that time it was the custom to cram children rather unmercifully.
So was every person who possibly could cram through the doors of the big room.
I'm going driving, sir, with Captain Cram's own team and road-wagon.
As for Cram, what could he say when the post commander dropped the matter?
Doyle's a totally different man since she turned up, Cram tells me.
Cram went about his duties with a heavy heart and light aid.
Well, that's just what I'm afraid of, and what Cram and Reynolds dread.
"Come with me," was Cram's next order, and the lieutenant followed.