Thesaurus / crammed

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This started the lad, who was crammed with his news, which he hurriedly made known.

The Lost MiddyGeorge Manville Fenn

For a second, no change in the expression of the ape-men, no movement in their crammed ranks, was visible.

To-day, too, his reception-room is crammed to suffocation by gentlemen who seek an audience of his Highness.

They went down into a rather large kitchen, crammed full of wicker-work garden-chairs and flower-stands.

813Maurice Leblanc

He snatched up the fragments of my meal, and crammed them into my hands, bidding me follow.

Curious, if TrueElizabeth Gaskell

He stripped him of his uniform, bound and gagged him with his own rags, and crammed him into the crate.

The Revolt on VenusCarey Rockwell

There Rule arrived late at night seeking accommodation, but he could get none—the house was crammed.

The Book-HunterJohn Hill Burton

What was my surprise to find it crammed with dead bodies, from which slices had been cut to eat as food!

Chalmers finished, crammed the notes into his pocket, and went out into the hall.

The Edge of the KnifeHenry Beam Piper

All of them were tired, for they had been up early that August day, and every hour had been crammed with excitement.

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