stwffio, stwffia’, stwffia, stwffiwch, sacasid, saca’, sacasent, sacasem, sacasech, sacasant, sacasai, sacant, sacan, sacaist, sacais, sacai, sacaf, sacet, sachasem, sacasoch, sacasom, sacaswn, sacech, saced, sacem, sacen, sacent, sacer, saces, sacest, saciff, saci, sachon, sacir, sacith, saco, sacoch, sacodd, sacom, sacon, sacont, sacwch, sacwn, sacwyd, sacasit, sacych, sacha, sacha’, sachaf, sachai, sachais, sachaist, sachan, sachant, sachasai, sachasant, sachasech, sacher, saches, sachasent, sachasid, sachasit, sachasoch, sachasom, sachaswn, sachech, sached, sachem, sachen, sachent, sechem, saca, sachest, sachet, sachi, sachid, sachiff, sachir, sachith, sacho, sachoch, sachodd, sachom, sechant, sachwch, sachwn, sachwyd, sachwyf, sachych, secha, secha’, sechaf, sechai, sechais, sechaist, sechan, sechasai, sachont, sechasant, sechasech, sechasem, sechasent, sechasid, sechasit, sechasoch, sechasom, sechaswn, sechech, seched, sglaffiais, sechent, secher, seches, sechest, sechet, sechi, sechid, sechiff, sechir, sechith, secho, sechoch, sechodd, sechom, sechon, sechont, sechwch, sechwn, sechwyd, sechwyf, sechych, sglaffi, sglaffia, sglaffia’, sglaffiaf, sglaffiodd, sglaffiasom, sglaffiaswn, sglaffiaist, sglaffian, sglaffiant, sglaffiasai, sglaffiasant, sglaffiasech, sglaffiasem, sglaffiasent, sglaffiasid, sglaffiasit, sglaffiasoch, stwffiet, sglaffiai, sglaffid, sglaffiech, sglaffied, sglaffiem, sglaffien, sglaffient, sglaffier, sglaffies, sglaffiest, sglaffiet, sglaffiff, stwffiaf, sglaffioch, sechen, sglaffiom, sglaffion, sglaffiont, sglaffir, sglaffith, sglaffiwch, sglaffiwn, sglaffiwyd, sglaffiwyf, sglaffiych, sglaffio, stwffi, stwffiai, stwffiais, stwffiaist, stwffian, stwffiant, stwffiasai, stwffiasant, stwffiasech, stwffiasem, stwffiasent, stwffiasid, sacwyf, stwffiasit, stwffiasoch, stwffiasom, stwffiaswn, stwffid, stwffiech, stwffied, stwffiem, stwffien, stwffient, stwffier, stwffies, stwffiest, sacid, stwffiff, stwffioch, stwffiodd, stwffiom, stwffion, stwffiont, stwffir, stwffith, stwffiwn, stwffiwyd, stwffiwyf, stwffiychstwffio, saco, sachu, sechi, sechu, sglaffiodeunydd, defnydd, defnyddiau, deunyddiau, ddefnydd, ddefnyddiau, ddeunydd, ddeunyddiau, nefnydd, nefnyddiau, neunydd, neunyddiau
Noun(1) the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object(2) miscellaneous unspecified objects(3) informal terms for personal possessions(4) senseless talk(5) unspecified qualities required to do or be something(6) information in some unspecified form(7) a critically important or characteristic component
Verb(1) cram into a cavity(2) press or force(3) obstruct(4) overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself(5) treat with grease, fill, and prepare for mounting(6) fill tightly with a material(7) fill with a stuffing while cooking
(1) he knows his stuff and can really write(2) her dark stuff gown(3) To see them grab a hammer and head up to the roof is character building stuff .(4) So what are the general public and patients to make of this stuff and nonsense?(5) such a trip was the stuff of his dreams(6) Healey was made of sterner stuff(7) Back to sleep now, for I deal with the very stuff of dreams, and thus a writer's work can never really be done.(8) But I am getting enough language training at least to master the technical stuff .(9) the mud was horrible stuff(10) I'm not normally one to encourage people to stuff the ballot box, but you might want to vote in this poll twice.(11) His stuff was impressive in his short stint in Detroit, as well as his 26 innings in Arizona.(12) But this stuff is being purveyed by the Religious Affairs Department of the Saudi Armed Forces.(13) I slowly went downhill and back on to the heavy stuff like heroin.(14) stuff the fish with parsley and garlic(15) the garage is full of stuff I don't need(16) And so, all Graham's stuff for the trip packed neatly into two soft cases, to bed.
(1) hot stuff :: pethau twym
1. material ::
5. clobber ::
6. stuff and nonsense ::
stwff a lol
7. fill ::
8. shove ::
9. fill oneself with ::
llenwi eich hun gyda
11. squeeze ::
12. farce ::
13. engorge ::
14. choke up ::
tagu i fyny
Different Formsstuff, stuffed, stuffing, stuffs
Word Example from TV Shows
The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.
If by "holy smokes," you mean
a derivative restatement of the STUFF...
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 1
Why do I always have
to carry the heavy STUFF?
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 17
The blue STUFF. It's, like, uncanny.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12
- He got all of his STUFF stolen.
SHELDON: 2530 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 1
You've got a lot
of good STUFF going on.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 4
English to Welsh Dictionary: stuff
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