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jam-pack

(jăm′păk′)
tr.v. jam-packed, jam-pack·ing, jam-packs Informal
To crowd to capacity: a road that was jam-packed with vehicles.

jam′-pack′



v.t.
to fill or pack as tightly or fully as possible.
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jam-pack

verb
Informal. To fill to excess by compressing or squeezing tightly:
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This course jam-packs as much mountain climbing and extreme desert into 500 miles as possible,'' said Chris Kostman, whose organization, AdventureCORPS, put on the race.
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