Synonyms for Stuffed:


crammed (adjective)
full, packed, glutted, filled, satisfied, saturated, gorged.
satisfied (adjective)
full, glutted, Allayed, gratified, satiated, slaked, quenched, satisfied, engorged.


best-of-breed, asexual, aquatic, articulate, androgynous, amphibious, captive, arboreal, Caged, anthropoid. calorific, chewy, caramelized, chilled, cream, crispy, cool, crisp, buttery. clockwork, wind up, radio-controlled. airtight, lidded, pressurized, graduated, unattended, tamper-proof, leaky, voluminous. greedy, unquenchable, light, gluttonous, voracious, someone's eyes are bigger than their stomach, piggy. crowded (noun)
packed, Crammed.


satisfied (verb)
gorged, appeased, saturated, filled, sated.

Other synonyms:

leaky, radio-controlled, tamper-proof, unattended, gluttonous, unquenchable. greedy, voracious, pressurized, clockwork, lidded. graduated, voluminous, piggy. wind up. light. Other relevant words:
buttery, packed, articulate, voracious, asexual, leaky, unquenchable, clockwork, captive, chilled, anthropoid, cool, greedy, lidded, voluminous, radio-controlled, gluttonous, androgynous, caramelized, crisp, arboreal, airtight, chewy, calorific, best-of-breed, crispy, unattended, tamper-proof, amphibious, aquatic, pressurized, light, graduated, piggy, Crammed, cream, Caged.

Usage examples for stuffed

  1. We were shewn, amongst other wonders, a stuffed dragon, and the man who exhibited it said,- " This proves, gentlemen, that the dragon is not a fabulous animal;" but I thought there was more of art than nature about the beast. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. Red fire and explosion 3 E. L. H. Wood crash 3 E. L. H. Six stuffed figures of robbers behind mill, L. H. Eight guns, swords, and belts for hussars. – A Book About the Theater by Brander Matthews
  3. But when he tried to paint a picture of a bird, it looked worse than his stuffed birds. – Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston