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[ stuhf-er ]


  1. a person or thing that stuffs.
  2. a small printed advertisement, announcement, or reminder that is inserted in an envelope and mailed with something else, as a bill or bank statement.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of stuffer1

First recorded in 1605–15; stuff + -er 1

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Example Sentences

Sure, a $100 gift card to use at the gas pump or EV charging station is a nice stocking stuffer this holiday season, but there are plenty of other much more playful gifts for car fans.

The expected loss of defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi, a key run stuffer who arrived last offseason in free agency, will hurt the Bengals especially if Derrick Henry returns as expected.

This candle may just be the perfect stocking stuffer or gift for a dear friend.

Looking for a stocking stuffer for someone who loves both crayons and conservatism?

The bird-stuffer in Alderney had some wings of Nightjars nailed up behind his door which had been shot in that Island by himself.

The average ballot-box stuffer can count out every time, when that is done.

At the polling station he made casual inquiries, but the ballot-box stuffer for some time had not been seen.

He first sought occupation as a bird-stuffer, but a proposal to use potatoes and meal as stuffing failed to recommend him.

The dog, in the meantime, has been accidentally stuffed with the stuffing intended for the stuffer's Christmas goose.





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