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Sentence count:65+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: fillgorgeloadpacksaturatestuffSimilar words: crampcrampedcrammedcrammingscramblesacramentscrambledunscrambleMeaning: [kræm]  v. 1. crowd or pack to capacity 2. put something somewhere so that the space is completely filled 3. study intensively, as before an exam 4. prepare (students) hastily for an impending exam. 
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1. I'm going to cram school now.
2. I go to a cram school.
3. There was such a cram in the church.
4. The room's full; we can't cram any more people in.
5. It's difficult to cram everything into a tight schedule.
6. We all managed to cram into his car.
7. The teacher tried to cram his pupils.
8. You can't cram eight children into the car!
9. How do they all cram into that doll's house?
10. I have to cram for my chemistry test tomorrow.
11. I just had time to cram down a few biscuits before we left.
12. I could never cram in all that she does in a day.
13. Cram ran a fine race to take the gold medal.
14. I managed to cram down a few mouthfuls of food.
15. I managed to cram three countries into a week's business trip.
16. Ruth said she depends on cram schools to keep up her high score.
17. The varieties being produced amount to a cram course in West Coast geography.
18. All the matches are wet, so we cram down a few handfuls of cheese and boiled sweets.
19. Do not cram the cage with leaves, for this often leads to condensation and makes it harder to see the caterpillars.
20. Linford Christie and Steve Cram were among the athletes who flew to Ireland to attend his funeral.
21. Statues of angels, madonnas, saints and saviours cram the skyline, creating a surreal panoply of agony and ecstasy.
22. Don't try to cram too much hair around each roller.
23. I told him he could take his five bucks and cram it.I'm not working for money but for principle.
24. If Virginia Street seemed to stretch the material to fill the space, this second play seems to cram it in.
24. try its best to collect and build good sentences.
25. The Prussian infantryman clapped his hands to his sword-whipped face, trying to cram his eyes back into their sockets.
26. Also on the train are schoolchildren, boys and some girls, heading home from after-hours cram schools.
27. Taylor held himself to an impossibly arduous schedule, apparently experimenting with it, the better to cram everything in.
28. Foreign imports such as colour television sets and hi-fi systems cram shop windows, catering to demands for conspicuous consumption.
29. But did anybody think they were going to try to cram all seven games into the first night?
30. Some of those who fail may enrol in a cram school for a year and try again.
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