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adjective \ˈpakt\

Simple Definition of packed

  • : pressed together so there is very little space between the parts or pieces

  • : filled with a large amount of something

  • : full of people : filled with as many people as possible

Full Definition of packed

  1. 1 a :  compressed <packed snow> b :  that is crowded or stuffed —often used in combination <an action-packed story>

  2. 2 :  filled to capacity <played to a packed house>

Examples of packed

  1. Add one cup of firmly packed brown sugar.

  2. {frac1 cup loosely packed fresh parsley

  3. Oranges are packed full of vitamin C.

  4. The theater is always packed when he performs there.

  5. bands playing to packed audiences



1777

First Known Use of packed

1777

Rhymes with packed




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