cram into

cram someone or something into something

 and cram someone or something in
to stuff or crush someone or something into something. Can you really cram seven kids into that car? He crammed in his clothes and closed the drawer.
See also: cram
References in classic literature ?
The variety of matter, indeed, which I shall be obliged to cram into this book, will afford no room for any of those ludicrous observations which I have elsewhere made, and which may sometimes, perhaps, have prevented thee from taking a nap when it was beginning to steal upon thee.
The sacredness of an obligation is such a thing which you can't cram into no bluejay's head.
George and Laura take their respective seats but Bill and Hillary cram into a toilet together and close the door.