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A rude invective expressing disdain, contempt, disgust, or anger to someone. I've taken enough of the boss's crap—tell him he can stuff it, because I quit! Stuff it, Bill! You don't know what's best for me!
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stuff it

Take back something, as in As for that memo of yours, you can just stuff it. This idiom is used, often as an interjection, to express contempt or defiance. Presumably it is short for "Stuff it up your ass." [ Vulgar slang; 1950s]
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stuff it

Vulgar Slang
Used as an intensive to express extreme anger, frustration, or disgust.
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"I quite like it the way it is now but when it dries out and stuff it's a bit wild and not very good.
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But if there's one thing Gordon knows how to stuff it's a turkey and he's joined by his whole family including wife Tana for this festive treat.