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  2  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Stuff  \Stuff\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Stuffed};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  {Stuffing}.]  [OE.  stoffen;  cf  OF  estoffer  F.  ['e]toffer, 
  to  put  stuff  in  to  stuff,  to  line  also  OF  estouffer  to 
  stifle,  F.  ['e]touffer;  both  perhaps  of  Teutonic  origin,  and 
  akin  to  E.  stop.  Cf  {Stop},  v.  t.,  {Stuff},  n.] 
  1.  To  fill  by  crowding  something  into  to  cram  with 
  something  to  load  to  excess;  as  to  stuff  a  bedtick. 
  Sometimes  this  crook  drew  hazel  bought  adown,  And 
  stuffed  her  apron  wide  with  nuts  so  brown.  --Gay. 
  Lest  the  gods,  for  sin,  Should  with  a  swelling 
  dropsy  stuff  thy  skin.  --Dryden. 
  2.  To  thrust  or  crowd;  to  press;  to  pack. 
  Put  roses  into  a  glass  with  a  narrow  mouth,  stuffing 
  them  close  together  .  .  .  and  they  retain  smell  and 
  color.  --Bacon. 
  3.  To  fill  by  being  pressed  or  packed  into 
  With  inward  arms  the  dire  machine  they  load,  And 
  iron  bowels  stuff  the  dark  abode.  --Dryden. 
  4.  (Cookery)  To  fill  with  a  seasoning  composition  of  bread, 
  meat,  condiments,  etc.;  as  to  stuff  a  turkey. 
  5.  To  obstruct,  as  any  of  the  organs;  to  affect  with  some 
  obstruction  in  the  organs  of  sense  or  respiration. 
  I'm  stuffed,  cousin;  I  can  not  smell.  --Shak. 
  6.  To  fill  the  skin  of  for  the  purpose  of  preserving  as  a 
  specimen;  --  said  of  birds  or  other  animals. 
  7.  To  form  or  fashion  by  packing  with  the  necessary  material. 
  An  Eastern  king  put  a  judge  to  death  for  an 
  iniquitous  sentence,  and  ordered  his  hide  to  be 
  stuffed  into  a  cushion,  and  placed  upon  the 
  tribunal.  --Swift. 
  8.  To  crowd  with  facts;  to  cram  the  mind  of  sometimes  to 
  crowd  or  fill  with  false  or  idle  tales  or  fancies. 
  9.  To  put  fraudulent  votes  into  (a  ballot  box).  [U.  S.] 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  filled  with  something  "a  stuffed  turkey" 
  2:  (informal)  crammed  with  food;  "a  full  stomach";  "I  feel 

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