stuff into

stuff someone or something into someone or something

 and stuff someone or something in
to force someone or something into someone or something. The sheriff stuffed Tex into the tiny cell. He stuffed in some other prisoners, too. Donna got down her suitcase and stuffed her clothes in. The nurse stuffed the oatmeal into the old man faster than he could swallow it.
See also: stuff
References in classic literature ?
She fastened it with a pin, and then, finding her thimble and scissors, put them with the roll of stuff into the box covered with fancy paper which he had once brought to her from Bettsbridge.
It was a nasty job killing these, for when you plunged your knife into them they would burst and splash foul-smelling stuff into your face; and when a man's sleeves were smeared with blood, and his hands steeped in it, how was he ever to wipe his face, or to clear his eyes so that he could see?