Utter foolishness or absurdity, as in Stuff and nonsense, of course I can pack a suitcase. Often used as an interjection, this idiom employs stuff in the sense of “rubbish.” It was first recorded in 1749.
noun 1. a pompous, self-satisfied, and inflexible person. stuffed shirt noun 1. (informal) a pompous or formal person stuff stuffed shirt An overly formal or pompous person, as in She’s such a stuffed shirt that I’m surprised you’d invite her to a barbecue. This expression alludes to a shirt filled with paper (instead of a […]
- Stuff gown
noun 1. (Brit) a woollen gown worn by a barrister who has not taken silk
adjective, stuffier, stuffiest. 1. close; poorly ventilated: a stuffy room. 2. oppressive from lack of freshness: stuffy air; a stuffy odor. 3. lacking in interest, as writing or discourse. 4. affected with a sensation of obstruction in the respiratory passages: a stuffy nose. 5. dull or tedious; boring. 6. self-important; pompous. 7. rigid or strait-laced […]
noun 1. the act of a person or thing that stuffs. 2. a material or substance used to stuff something. 3. seasoned bread crumbs or other filling used to stuff a chicken, turkey, etc., before cooking. 4. Informal. internal parts; insides: to beat the stuffing out of an opponent. noun 1. the material of which […]