cram-full

cram-full

adj
stuffed full

cram′-full′



adj.
as full as possible; chockfull.
[1830–40]
Translations

cram-full

[ˈkræmˈfʊl] ADJatestado (of de) → de bote en bote

cram-full

adj (inf)vollgestopft (of mit), gestopft voll (inf)
References in classic literature ?
An' when I see'd the book open upo' the stall, wi' the lady lookin' out of it wi' eyes a bit like your'n when you was frettin',--you'll excuse my takin' the liberty, Miss,--I thought I'd make free to buy it for you, an' then I bought the books full o' genelmen to match; an' then"--here Bob took up the small stringed packet of books--"I thought you might like a bit more print as well as the picturs, an' I got these for a sayso,--they're cram-full o' print, an' I thought they'd do no harm comin' along wi' these bettermost books.