cram with (someone or something)

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cram with (someone or something)

To fill something with more than it can reasonably hold or accommodate. A noun or pronoun can be used between "cram" and "with." Because this room is just totally crammed with people, we're moving everyone into the auditorium. I had crammed my suitcase with so much stuff that I couldn't get it to close.
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cram someone or something with someone or something

to fill someone or something by stuffing with someone or something. You won't be happy till you cram all of us with cake and ice cream. He crammed his drawer with his socks.
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References in classic literature ?
The shop was crammed with customers, and there were crowds of mice upon the biscuit canisters.
It was Miss Briggs and little Rawdon, whose business it was to see to the inward renovation of Sir Pitt's house, to superintend the female band engaged in stitching the blinds and hangings, to poke and rummage in the drawers and cupboards crammed with the dirty relics and congregated trumperies of a couple of generations of Lady Crawleys, and to take inventories of the china, the glass, and other properties in the closets and store-rooms.
She was taught most that is suitable for a gentlewoman, without being crammed with superfluous accomplishments, and, aided by the good cure, a man who remembered her grandfather, had both polished and stored her mind.
Not so much of that as you may suppose,' returned Tom; 'for our governor had her crammed with all sorts of dry bones and sawdust.
A Bitcoin "mine" in South Korea suffered minor damage on Friday when a fire started in a room crammed with Bitcoin servers, police said Monday.
The room was crammed with hundreds of Bitcoin servers operating with around 300 graphic cards, according to police.
On a ballot crammed with state propositions, city measures, tax hikes and bonds of every kind, voters' burnout would doom the chances for street repairs.
The accident was the second deadly crash in Southern California in recent weeks involving vehicles crammed with people near the border.