One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See stuffin combination ‘a sausage-stuffer’
- ‘In addition to TV commercials, Aykroyd appears in print and radio ads, billboards and bill stuffers.’
- ‘Instead of anything this interesting, we just get the same old boring, contrived, generic mailbox stuffers with the candidate's mugshot, political party, electorate name and supposed attributes hastily slapped together.’
- ‘Today, his company, the Wings of Autumn, has a reputation of being the finest animal stuffers in town.’
- ‘Information on the Web can be more timely, he adds, and cuts down the lead time the network needs for preparing bill stuffers and ad slicks.’
- ‘But most mornings were spent taking boxes of envelopes to and from the stuffers (as I affectionately referred to them) and making various deliveries to small businesses on the new industrial estates.’
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