- n the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object
wheat is the stuff they use to make bread
- n miscellaneous unspecified objects
the trunk was full of stuff
- n informal terms for personal possessions
- n senseless talk
don't give me that stuff
- n unspecified qualities required to do or be something
the stuff of heros
you don't have the stuff to be a United States Marine
- n information in some unspecified form
it was stuff I had heard before
there's good stuff in that book
- n a critically important or characteristic component
suspense is the very stuff of narrative
- v cram into a cavity
The child stuffed candy into his pockets
- v press or force
- v obstruct
My nose is all stuffed
- v overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself
She stuffed herself at the dinner
- v treat with grease, fill, and prepare for mounting
stuff a bearskin
- v fill tightly with a material
stuff a pillow with feathers
- v fill with a stuffing while cooking
Have you stuffed the turkey yet?
- I've been studying stuff white people like since I was four just so I could have a conversation.
- All these graphics were impressive, but they really servelike the stuff at any decent baras an excuse to talk about something.
- A lot of stuff made now is for an androgynous figure, and it doesn't look good on me.
- Jimmie Johnson in Washington Post
I'm not good at doing that stuff,Johnson said. "Usually I crash myself in the process. So I tried it once and moved him. The second time I moved him out of the way and got by him."
- Andy Roddick in The Associated Press
He was playing flawless tennis,Roddick said. "He played an almost perfect first set. It took some of my best stuff today to get through that. I thought I played really well. I think I had to."
- Charlie Manuel in The Associated Press
His number speak for themselves,Manuel said. "He's got tremendous stuff and being left-handed definitely helped him."