jam-full

jam-full

adj
another word for jam-packed
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jam-full

[ˈdʒæmˈfʊl] ADJ (of people) → abarrotado, atestado; (of things) → atestado, repleto
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The airwaves are now jam-full of upset Gooners after every defeat as Chelsea and Manchester City march on, moaning at Wenger's inability to see what they can see.
When he defends the recently-deceased Clifton, Invisible Man asserts, "'...he was a man and a Negro; a man and a brother; a man and a traitor, as you say...alive or dead he was jam-full of contradictions'" (467).
To Jack, Clifton was not "jam-full of contradictions" but unambiguously treacherous.