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Definitions of stuff:

part of speech: noun

Materials of which anything is made: textile fabrics, cloth, esp. when woollen: worthless matter: ( B.) household furniture, etc.

part of speech: verb

To fill very full; to crowd; to press; to cause to swell out by putting something in; to thrust into; to fill meat with seasoning; to obstruct, as one of the organs; to fill, as the skin of a dead animal for preserving its likeness; to feed gluttonously.

part of speech: verb transitive

To fill by crowding: to fill very full: to press in: to crowd: to cause to bulge out by filling: to fill with seasoning, as a fowl: to fill the skin of a dead animal, so as to reproduce its living form.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To feed gluttonously.

part of speech: noun

The material out of which anything may be made; the fundamental part or essence; as, hero stuff; raw material; woven fabrics or cloth; household goods; refuse or waste matter; nonsense.

part of speech: noun

Any collection of substances; materials of which anything is made; the woven fabric of which clothes are made; something trifling or worthless.

part of speech: verb transitive

To fill by crowding something into; as, to stuff one's pockets; press or pack into a small space; fill with specially prepared material; as, to stuff a chicken; put dishonest votes into; as, to stuff a ballot box.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To eat more than enough; to cram.

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