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overstuffed

[ oh-ver-stuhft ]
/ ˈoʊ vərˌstʌft /
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adjective
stuffed or filled to excess.
Furniture. having the entire frame covered by stuffing and upholstery, so that only decorative woodwork or the like is exposed: an overstuffed sofa.
filled with tedious or extraneous material; overlong: an overstuffed biography.
obese; corpulent: an overstuffed man who was a compulsive eater.
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Origin of overstuffed

First recorded in 1920–25; overstuff + -ed2
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