jam-packed

ADJECTIVE
  1. extremely crowed or filled to capacity
    stands jam-packed with fans
    a packed theater
    a suitcase jammed with dirty clothes
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How To Use jam-packed In A Sentence

  • All this is jam-packed into your sinuses and other nasal structures, occluding your airway completely.
  • The swishing is held in one large room which is jam-packed full of clothes and accessories up for grabs. The Sun
  • Flaxseed, also known as linseed, is about the same size as a sesame seed but is jam-packed with nutrition. THROW ME A BONE
  • By the time we reached Roman Road, only half a mile as the crow flies from our starting point, the bus was jam-packed full and sailing past the waiting queues.
  • Focusing on merengue and other Latin music, this festival features a couple of jam-packed days in the sun.
  • His room was jam-packed with fruit, flowers, gifts etc.
  • This is one of the more jam-packed weeks of a seriously overstuffed TV summer, so let's break it down by night. Matt's Picks: Week of June 20-23
  • Tube lines heading east are jam-packed with people taking wildly circuitous routes to work. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fourth and fifth were already jam-packed, people standing in the aisles, body to body.
  • The sidewalks are jam-packed, so you work your way through the cars. Can You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse?
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