crammable

crammable

(ˈkræməbəl)
adj
able to be crammed or stuffed full
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As David Willbern notes, the Prologue's claims of theatrical inefficacy are coupled with its portrayal of the theater as an essentially female space: a pregnant, womblike, crammable O that is expected to bring forth heroes of the past full-blown.(18) Although the Prologue's reference to "this swelling scene" might be interpreted as phallic as much as gestatory, further lines develop the theater as a scene of feminine reproduction, as the "cockpit" that both holds ("girdles") and brings forth the theatrical scene.