Definition of stuffer
1 : one that stuffs
2 : an enclosure (such as a leaflet) inserted in an envelope in addition to a bill, statement, or notice
3 : 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 in a Sentence
the different kinds of hot dog eaters: the stuffer who downs it in two bites; the nibbler; the mustard loader
Recent Examples of stuffer from the Web
With Ngata a 335-pound run-stuffer who had 1.5 sacks last season, the Lions are looking for Robinson to increase his pressure on the passer in his second season.
Here’s the significance: If Parker, a dynamic receiver, Phillips, a potential run-stuffer, and Grant, a play-making return specialist, follow through with their pledges, the Dolphins could be much better on offense, defense and special teams.
Principal Sally Biggs, who has purchased the Beekeepers' lip balm as stocking-stuffers, offered a measured response.
Considering how small and lightweight this drone is, Spark will also make a great stocking stuffer this holiday season.
Chicago's Building Blocks Toy Store was billing them as a hot stocking stuffer over the holidays.
Santa’s Workshop: The program supports military families in need by giving holiday gifts, bikes, trees, stocking stuffers and food gift cards.
Adams could help a passing game in need, and Johnson is a run stuffer for the middle of the defense.
The easy thing would’ve been to sit, keep the picks, and take a run stuffer or edge rusher at No.
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