“Stuff yourself”: idiom meaning.

Stuff yourself
A colloquial expression which means to eat excessively, eat too much food especially in short time. When you stuff yourself, you might feel full and heavy and you might need a long walk to help speed up the digestion time.

Other examples of “stuff yourself” idiom in a sentence

  • I’ve stuffed myself so much I can barely walk.
  • You always stuff yourself with sweets before dinner.
  • Eat slowly, don’t stuff yourself.

“Stuff yourself”: idiom meaning.

It’s Easter time in The Cocks’ house. Gina and her husband have decided to have a nice Easter dinner. They’ve laid the table, Gina has prepared the meals. She’s made sausage and peas and decorated Easter eggs. Dick likes eating eggs, especcialy when they’re coloured. He is very hungry, he is starving so he put a lot of eggs on his plate. Gina is concerned that her husband will eat too much in short time and tells him not to stuff himself, or he will be sorry later.