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Definition of Stuffed

Stuff
Stuff Stuff, v. i. To feed gluttonously; to cram. Taught harmless man to cram and stuff. --Swift.

Meaning of Stuffed from wikipedia

- Stuff, stuffed, and stuffing may refer to: Physical matter An animal preserved by means of taxidermy Stuff (cloth), woven cloth or fabric or fiber Stuffed...
- Stuffed Peppers (Bharvan Mirch or Bharva Hari Mirch) is one of several stuffed vegetable (Bharvan subji) dishes. It consists of bell peppers stuffed with...
- The Stuff (also known as Larry Cohen's The Stuff) is a 1985 American satirical science fiction horror film written, produced, and directed by Larry Cohen...
- A stuffed toy is a toy with an outer fabric sewn from a textile and stuffed with flexible material. They are known by many names, such as plush toys,...
- Dolmas prepared with olive oil and stuffed with rice are generally served cold with a garlic-yogurt sauce. Stuffed vegetables are also common in Gr****...
- Stuffed tomatoes (Azerbaijani: Pomidor dolması) (Turkish: Domates dolması) are made of tomatoes stuffed with meat (lamb) and rice. The ingredients are...
- for punjene paprike or sarma. Often, punjene tikvice (stuffed squashes) and punjene paprike (stuffed peppers) are made together, as a mixed dish. The name...
- Stuffed crust pizza is pizza with cheese and may include other toppings added into the crust. The stuffed crust pizza was po****rized by Pizza Hut, which...
- Zucchini may be stuffed with meat or with other fruits such as tomatoes or bell peppers in a dish called courgette farcie (stuffed zucchini). In Greece...
- created. The proprietary compression format used by the StuffIt utilities is also termed StuffIt. StuffIt was originally developed in the summer of 1987 by...
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