- to fill or pack as tightly or fully as possible: We jam-packed the basket with all kinds of fruit.
Origin of jam-pack
First recorded in 1920–25
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Related Words for jam-packbear, bunch, bundle, cluster, congest, congregate, cram, crush, deluge, elbow, flock, gather, huddle, jam, load, mass, mob, muster, pack, pile
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Historical Examples of jam-pack
His last meeting in the Citizens' Hall was jam-pack an hour before the advertised time of speaking.Some Everyday Folk and Dawn