stuff·er noun \ˈstə-fər\
: an enclosure (as a leaflet) inserted in an envelope in addition to a bill, statement, or notice
: a series of extra threads or yarn running lengthwise in a fabric to add weight and bulk and to form a backing especially for carpets
Examples of STUFFER
- <the different kinds of hot dog eaters: the stuffer who downs it in two bites; the nibbler; the mustard loader>
First Known Use of STUFFER
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