crammed[ kram ]SEE DEFINITION OF crammed
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I crammed your science into the story because it's good advertising.
The place is crammed, it appears; they have never had so many people before.
She crammed the rose carelessly into her hair and dropped on the nearest sofa.
Hinduism is crammed with incarnations; this presented no difficulty.
"You have the friar to thank for it," said he, in a muffled voice, for his mouth was crammed with pasty.
Every boy in the school is crammed with the same facts, and in the same way.
She took up the stocking and crammed the sugar down into the toe.
The hotels were crammed with visitors all eager to see one of whom every tongue was telling.
The whole Platz was crammed with people, eagerly talking and gesticulating.
They occupied a 'loge' in the crammed, gorgeous, noisy Folies-Bergère.
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