- filled to capacity; full: They've had a packed theater for every performance.
- pressed together; dense; compressed: packed snow.
- abundantly supplied with a specified element (used in combination): an action-packed movie.
Origin of packed
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Examples from the Web for well-packed
The roof was to be of poles heavily covered with well-packed earth.The War-Trail Fort
James Willard Schultz
It would be a waste of money and effort to attempt to store any but clean, sound, well-matured, well-packed grapes.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
Later, I knew, this drift would be harmless enough; there was sufficient local traffic here to establish a well-packed trail.Over Prairie Trails
Frederick Philip Grove
Not a twitch of the well-packed muscles, not a quiver of the eyelash nor a swelling of the throat betrayed any fear.A Texas Ranger
William MacLeod Raine
“Marche donc,” cried Louis, and the team was away, the toboggan slipping smoothly over the well-packed trail.South from Hudson Bay
E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
- completely filled; fulla packed theatre
- (of a picnic type of meal) prepared and put in a container or containers beforehand; prepackeda packed lunch
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