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Synonyms for CRAM

Usage Examples for CRAM

  1. " I don't much b'lieve she does," answered Miss Nancy, whose face was very red with trying to cram a pair of cracked bellows into the already crowded top of John's leathern trunk, " I don't b'lieve she does, for somehow it seems to me she's a mighty nipped- up thing, not an atom like you nor me." - "'Lena Rivers" by Mary J. Holmes
  2. " Now, as we have nothin' above particular to do, 'I'll cram him' for you; I will show you how hungry he'll bite at a tale of horror, let it be never so onlikely; how readily he will believe it, because it is agin us; and then, when his book comes out, you shall see that all England will credit it, though I swear I invented it as a cram, and you swear you heard it told as a joke. - "The Attache or, Sam Slick in England, Complete" by Thomas Chandler Haliburton