English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'jam-packed'

(adjective) 
Definition
filled to capacity
His room was jam-packed with fruit, flowers, gifts etc.
Synonyms
crowded
The street was crowded and noisy.
,
full
The centre is full beyond capacity.
,
packed
The streets were packed with people.
,
busy
The ward was busy and Amy hardly had time to talk.
,
crushed
,
mobbed
,
cramped
There are hundreds of families living in cramped conditions.
,
huddled
,
swarming
,
overflowing
The great hall was overflowing with people.
,
thronged
,
teeming
The area is usually teeming with tourists.
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congested
Some areas are congested with both cars and people.
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populous
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of busy
Definition
crowded with or characterized by activity
The ward was busy and Amy hardly had time to talk.
Synonyms
crushed,
mobbed,
swarming,
thronged,
BY
in the sense of congested
Definition
crowded to excess
Some areas are congested with both cars and people.
Synonyms
packed (out),
choked,
swarming,
bursting at the seams,
crammed full,
overpopulated,
like the Black Hole of Calcutta,
hoatching (Scottish)
in the sense of cramped
Definition
closed in
There are hundreds of families living in cramped conditions.
Synonyms
squeezed,
closed in,
circumscribed,
jammed in,
hemmed in

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Thesaurus for jam-packed from the Collins English Thesaurus
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