Idiom:  jam packed


Idiom:  jam packed

  • very crowded or full

Example sentences

  • The concert was jam packed with so many people it was hard to see anything.
  • This green juice is jam packed with lots of vitamins and nutrients.
  • I hate taking the subway during rush hour when it's jam packed
  • My suitcase is jam packed with food as well as clothing. 
  • We're going to be jam packed today—every seat on the plane is occupied. 
  • We were so jam packed at the play because it was at one of those old Broadway theaters. 
  • The ride was very uncomfortable because the car was so jam packed with my daughter's stuff that she accumulated while she was away at college.
  • I'm glad it was jam packed at the football game last night—it helped keep everyone warm.


  • pack like sardines
  • pack em' in

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