Fill (a receptacle or space) tightly with something
an old teapot stuffed full of cash
his head has been stuffed with myths and taboos
Force or cram (something) tightly into a receptacle or space
he stuffed a thick wad of cash into his jacket pocket
Hastily or clumsily push (something) into a space
Sadie took the coin and stuffed it in her coat pocket
Fill (the cavity of an item of food) with a savory or sweet mixture, esp. before cooking
chicken stuffed with mushrooms and breadcrumbs
(of a person) Have one's nose blocked up with mucus as a result of a cold
Fill (oneself) with large amounts of food
he stuffed himself with potato chips
Fill out the skin of (a dead animal or bird) with material to restore the original shape and appearance
he took the bird to a taxidermist to be stuffed
a stuffed parrot
Fill (envelopes) with identical copies of printed matter
they spent the whole time in a back room stuffing envelopes
Place bogus votes in (a ballot box)
vulgar. (of a man) Have sexual intercourse with (someone)
Defeat heavily in sport
Town got stuffed every week
Used to express indifference toward or rejection of (something)
stuff the diet!
Matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied
a pickup truck picked the stuff up
a girl who's good at the technical stuff
A person's belongings, equipment, or baggage
he took his stuff and went
Worthless or foolish ideas, speech, or writing; rubbish
stuff and nonsense!
Drink or drugs
Things in which one is knowledgeable and experienced; one's area of expertise
he knows his stuff and can really write
The basic constituents or characteristics of something or someone
Healey was made of sterner stuff
such a trip was the stuff of his dreams
Woolen fabric, esp. as distinct from silk, cotton, and linen
her dark stuff gown
(in sports) Spin given to a ball to make it vary its course
A pitcher's ability to produce such spin or control the speed of delivery of a pitch
material: the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object; "coal is a hard black material"; "wheat is the stuff they use to make bread"
cram into a cavity; "The child stuffed candy into his pockets"
miscellaneous unspecified objects; "the trunk was full of stuff"
thrust: press or force; "Stuff money into an envelope"; "She thrust the letter into his hand"
informal terms for personal possessions; "did you take all your clobber?"
obstruct; "My nose is all stuffed"; "Her arteries are blocked"
Stuff is Holly McNarland's 1997 debut LP album. It features the singles "Elmo", "Coward" and "Numb".
Stuff was a New York-based jazz funk band active in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The members were Gordon Edwards (bass), Richard Tee (keyboards), Eric Gale (guitar), Cornell Dupree (guitar), Chris Parker (drums), and later Steve Gadd (drums). ...
Stuff was a type of coarse thickly woven cloth manufactured in various places, formerly including Kidderminster. Originally it was probably entirely of wool, but later a 'woolsey-linsey' cloth, made with a warp of linen yarn and a worsted weft.
Stuff is a short documentary of John Frusciante's house. It was made in 1993 by Johnny Depp and the lead singer of the Butthole Surfers, Gibby Haynes. Dr. Timothy Leary is also present in the video. The film's main purpose was to depict the chaos of Frusciante's life. ...
"Stuff" is the 16th episode in the second season of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on February 19, 2007.
Stuff is a men's magazine featuring interviews, pictorials, and other articles of interest to a predominantly male audience.
paper stock or pulp ready for making into paper. See also half stuff.
Components are attached and soldered to a printed wiring board. Often done by an assembly house.
To load a container.
a monstrous block straight down into the floor; a true stuff block should hit the ground before the hitter lands; see also roof.
A tackle of a ball carrier on a running play, behind the line of scrimmage. Compare to sack.
Stuff is a coarse cloth, sometimes made with a linen warp and worsted weft.
To load a piece of equipment.
A ball that is deflected back to the attacking team's floor by the opponents blockers. A slang term for block.
to prevent a surfer from making a wave by riding in front of him. Sunset Beach – an often big, shifty right breaking wave on the North Shore. One of the surfing venues in the Triple Crown of Surfing competition series, the other two being Pipeline and Haleiwa.
Everything that goes into making up the bottom. Also used to refer to filling leather with waxes, fats and oils such as gresyn.
(verb) To fill a food cavity with another type of food, often chopped or minced.
a term applied to a variety of cord types used in knot tying and general ropework