Synonyms of 'wedge'
squeezeDictionary, force, lodge
He wedged himself between the door and the radiator.
Somehow they managed to squeeze into the tight space.
He jammed his hands into his pockets.
A group of journalists were crowded into a minibus.
His trousers were stuffed inside the tops of his boots.
All her possessions were packed into the back of her car.
They thrust him into the back of a jeep.
He rammed the key into the lock and kicked the front door open.
She pulled off her school hat and crammed it into a wastebasket.
I helped her stow her bags in the boot of the car.
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A block of a substance is a large rectangular piece of it.
a block of ice
Chunks of something are thick solid pieces of it.
Cut the melon into chunks.
Thesaurus for wedge from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you wedge something, you force it to remain in a particular position by holding it there tightly or by fixing something next to it to prevent it from moving.