1. To press or drive, particularly in filling or thrusting one thing into another; to stuff; to crowd; to fill to superfluity; as, to cram any thing into a basket or bag; to cram a room with people; to cram victuals down the throat.
2. To fill with food beyond satiety; to stuff.
Children would be more free from diseases, if they were not crammed so much by fond mothers.
3. To thrust in by force; to crowd.
Fate has crammed us all into one lease.
CRAM, v.i. TO eat greedily or beyond satiety; to stuff.
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