verb (used with or without object) Obsolete.
Examples from the Web for jambed
Finally, when no more can fall in, piece after piece is jambed in by a pricker, and the cask is bunged up.Peter the Whaler|W.H.G. Kingston
It has an unusually thick head-rope, and some lengths of iron pipe are jambed between the blades and the rudder.Johnstone of the Border|Harold Bindloss
Then they stopped on an awkward pitch where a big bulging stone, jambed in a crack, cut their view.Northwest!|Harold Bindloss
The foresail was torn and half-lowered, and the gaff at its head was jambed.Wyndham's Pal|Harold Bindloss
The long chase is the stern chase, but Mossamedes could not make off like this because she was jambed against the coast.Kit Musgrave's Luck|Harold Bindloss
Word Origin for jamb
side-piece of a door, window, etc., early 14c., from Old French jambe "pier, side post of a door," originally "a leg, shank" (12c.), from Late Latin gamba "leg, (horse's) hock" (see gambol).