cram-full

[ kram-foo l ]
/ ˈkræmˈfʊl /

adjective

as full as possible; chockfull: a box cram-full with toys.

Origin of cram-full

First recorded in 1830–40
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Examples from the Web for cram-full

  • And he had Johannes look through the crack of the door, into a little room brightly lighted, cram-full of books.

    The Quest|Frederik van Eeden
  • The Phaynix Park is all cram-full o' coal that the Castle folks won't allow us to dig, bad scran to them!

    Ireland as It Is|Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
  • You know, the house is cram-full of men-servants and there are to be a dozen of them on duty in the grounds.

    Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo|E. Phillips Oppenheim

British Dictionary definitions for cram-full

cram-full


adjective

stuffed full
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