Synonyms of stuff in English:

stuff


See definition of stuff

noun

1‘suede is tough, resilient stuff’

SYNONYMS

material, fabric, cloth, textile

matter, substance, medium

2‘the village shop sells first-aid stuff’

SYNONYMS

items, articles, objects, goods

informal things, bits and pieces, bits and bobs, odds and ends

British informal odds and sods, gubbins

3‘we stuck all my stuff in the suitcase’

SYNONYMS

belongings, possessions, personal possessions, effects, property, goods, goods and chattels

paraphernalia, accoutrements, appurtenances, trappings

informal gear, things, tackle, kit

British informal clobber, gubbins

4‘he knows his stuff’

SYNONYMS

facts, information, data, subject, discipline

informal onions


verb

1‘flowers were used to stuff pillows and mattresses’

SYNONYMS

fill, pack, pad, line, wad, upholster

2‘Robyn stuffed clothes frantically into an overnight bag’

SYNONYMS

shove, thrust, push, ram, cram, squeeze, press, force, compress, jam, wedge

pack, crowd, stow, pile, stick

3‘pregnant mums stuff themselves with such strange food’

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fill, cram, gorge, overindulge, satiate

gobble, devour, wolf, guzzle

informal pig, pig out, make a pig of oneself, stuff oneself to the gills

Northern Irish informal gorb

4‘my nose was stuffed up and my throat sore’

SYNONYMS

block, stop, bung

congest, obstruct, choke

5‘their team got stuffed again on Saturday’

SYNONYMS

trounce, defeat utterly, beat hollow, win a resounding victory over, annihilate, drub, rout, give someone a drubbing, crush, overwhelm, bring someone to their knees

hammer, clobber, thrash, paste, give someone a pasting, whip, pound, pulverize, massacre, crucify, demolish, destroy, wipe the floor with, take to the cleaners, make mincemeat of, murder, flatten, turn inside out, run rings around

marmalize

North American shellac, blow out, cream, skunk

US own


Phrases

    stuff and nonsense

      SYNONYMS

      rubbish, nonsense, twaddle, balderdash, claptrap, gibberish, drivel

      informal

      poppycock, tripe, bunk, piffle, bosh, bilge, hot air, hogwash, hooey, baloney, mumbo jumbo

      British informal

      cobblers, codswallop, tosh

      Northern English Scottish informal

      havers

      Irish informal

      codology

      North American informal

      garbage, flapdoodle, blathers, wack, bushwa, applesauce

      dated, informal

      tommyrot, rot, bunkum

      vulgar slang

      bullshit, crap, bollocks, balls

      NZ Australian vulgar slang

      bulldust