cram

Part of speech: verb

To press together; eat greedily; stuff; crowd; overfill.

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Usage examples "cram":

  1. Only deny it, and I'll go back and cram their lies down their throats!" - "Peccavi", E. W. Hornung.
  2. I only ask you not to cram them down my throat. - "Austin and His Friends", Frederic H. Balfour.
  3. But it is difficult to cram all this into the few short weeks allowed to most of us. - "If I May", A. A. Milne.