[ UK /pˈækt/ ]
[ US /ˈpækt/ ]
  1. pressed together or compressed
    packed snow
  2. 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 packed In A Sentence

  • The clergyman and his son pricked up their ears at this, photography being with them only a degree less absorbing a pastime than that of walking; Ron awoke suddenly to the remembrance that his half-plate camera had never been unpacked since his arrival; and the three vied with each other in asking questions about the proposed excursion, and in urging that a date should be fixed. Big Game A Story for Girls
  • Three hours packed with a quick-fire century, a couple of bouncers, two-thirds of a hat-trick, a dropped catch, several bowled wickets and innumerable fours and sixers.
  • Packed with the same computing power as some laptops, wearables are still too expensive for average consumers.
  • But her own life was often stranger than any action-packed fiction plot.
  • It came packed not in peanuts, but covered in spray foam insulation. My Night Stand Came Packed In Spray Foam Insulation - The Consumerist
  • Mary has packed her boyfriend in.
  • The closely-packed _mitraille_ tore the icy crust into powder, fifty yards beyond the doomed bird, which settled, throbbing with a mortal tremor, upon the ice, shot through the head. Adrift in the Ice-Fields
  • As with all Dizzy games, Crystal Kingdom is jam-packed with perplexing puzzles to solve.
  • I waved as I put-putted past each packed bus stop.
  • Instead of buying pre-packed munchies, involve the kids in making their snacks from scratch. The Sun
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