Synonyms for Stuff:
n.fact, A to Z, news, report, word, information, datum, data, findings. detail, kernel, essence, heart, nothing, irrelevance, quintessence, meat, trivia, soul, marrow, Gravamen, core, spirit, nub, non-issue, Minutiae, be, dead wood, adjunct, root, pith, gist, inessentials. good, organism, bits and pieces, chattel, lares and penates, movable, whole, possession, personal property, entity, owned, property, effect, personal effects, piece, belonging, item. feature, key, priority, timber, burning issue/question, basis, concern. cram, crowd, full, pack, tighten, medium, solid, mob, agent, wax, powder, concentrate, jam-pack, load. asset, valuables, fixed asset, appurtenance. bottle, entomb, bury, center, crate, box, bed, bag, embed. garbage, gobbledegook, nonsense, rubbish, spiel, mumbo jumbo, drivel, Double Dutch, ravings. blanch, butchery, chill, butter, butcher, blend, bone, bake, carve, beat. crime, evil, hammer blow, goad, disincentive, deterrence, deterrent, blow, kiss of death, cloud. choke, pack in. so-and-so, widget, X, thingy, whatsername, doodad, doohickey. •cloth (noun)
•essence, substance (noun)
matter, staple, pith, principle, quintessence, meat, marrow, heart, soul.
ore, stock, staple, raw materials, element.
•personal belongings (noun)
gormandise, clobber, engorge, shove, binge, block, gormandize, sundries, sundry, choke up, gorge, hooey, whatchamacallit, overeat, scarf out, ingurgitate, thrust, material, overgorge, whatsis, poppycock, squeeze, stuff and nonsense, englut, gourmandize, glut, pig out, satiate, overindulge, lug.
material, unit, object, something, substance, matter, body, article, thing.
v.•load with (verb)
crowd, fill, glut, pack, shove, gormandize, satiate, overindulge, choke up, squeeze, sate, cram, jam-pack, gorge.
squeeze, thrust, shove.
engorge, saturate, sate, appease, glut, quench, gratify, fill, satisfy, allay, gorge, slake, satiate.
ravings, inessentials, appurtenance, powder, drivel, Gravamen, concentrate, Double Dutch, entity, whatsername, spiel, jam-pack, dead wood, mumbo jumbo, lares and penates, organism, nothing, valuables, personal property, personal effects, belonging, gobbledegook, garbage, doohickey, Minutiae, non-issue, thingy, fixed asset, doodad. asset, item, wax, chattel, irrelevance, pith, so-and-so, marrow, adjunct, quintessence, rubbish, detail, gist, piece, trivia. movable, nonsense, nub, property, widget, core, meat. possession, root, timber, whole, pack in, essence, medium. solid, X, effect. crowd, heart, kernel, agent. soul. spirit. pack. •cram
cram, pack in.
•Other relevant words:
datum, data, be, choke up, garbage, concentrate, valuables, whatsername, core, asset, irrelevance, whole, entomb, nothing, crime, personal property, marrow, essence, findings, good, principle, concern, quintessence, key, pig out, personal effects, chill, non-issue, binge, butcher, bag, cram, sundries, blow, owned, basis, piece, chattel, gormandize, so-and-so, beat, tissue, organism, load, overindulge, doohickey, mob, ingurgitate, jam-pack, gobbledegook, medium, movable, pack in, gist, ravings, nonsense, deterrent, information, widget, doodad, item, thrust, stuff and nonsense, overgorge, Gravamen, bake, crate, choke, detail, spiel, carve, poppycock, Minutiae, shove, sundry, rubbish, tighten, effect, hooey, deterrence, whatsis, cloud, powder, entity, disincentive, news, scarf out, word, block, squeeze, priority, box, crowd, belonging, full, meat, butter, lug, root, agent, embed, englut, gormandise, solid, spirit, gourmandize, web, possession, adjunct, wax, overeat, center, bury, heart, lares and penates, report, feature, goad, bottle, timber, bone, X, appurtenance, whatchamacallit, drivel, evil, pack, clobber, butchery, nub, blanch, blend, mumbo jumbo, soul, property, thingy, fact, inessentials, bed, kernel, pith, trivia.
Usage examples for stuff
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