Other Words for Jam

Jam Noun Synonyms
block, obstruct, congest, fill up, clog, plug, stop up
The toilet is jammed with paper again.

Jam Verb Synonyms
crush, squeeze, crowd, mob, swarm, multitude, throng, mass, horde, pack, press
You wouldn't believe the jam of football fans at the cup final.

obstruction, blockage, blocking, block, congestion, tie-up, bottleneck, stoppage
She was stuck in a traffic jam for an hour.

cram, force, push, wedge, stuff, press, ram, squeeze, shove, pack, crowd
We were jammed in so tightly that we couldn't move.

slam, activate, actuate
I jammed on the brakes.

More Words for Jam

Block / Pack / Press / Squeeze / Force / Ram / Mass

Jamaica Blue Mountain

Life Style / Coffee / Jamaica Blue Mountain: Celebrated single-origin coffee from above 3,000 feet elevation in the Blue Mountain District of Jamaica. Can be exceptional: rich, complex, bouillon-like. More often a rather ordinary balanced, low-t MORE

Jamaica

Life Style / Coffee / Jamaica: Jamaica Blue Mountain is, or was, a balanced, classic coffee with rich flavor, full body, and a smooth yet vibrant acidity. These characteristics and its relatively short supply have made it one of th MORE

Jamaica Blue Mountain Style

Life Style / Coffee / Jamaica Blue Mountain Style: Various blends of coffee intended by their originators to approximate the qualities of authentic Jamaica Blue Mountain. These blends may contain no actual Jamaican coffee. MORE

Barrage Jamming

Technology / Radar / Barrage Jamming: Barrage jamming is used when there is a need to jam over a wide bandwidth simultaneously. Barrage jamming is an attractive technique because a range of different radars (including frequency agile rada MORE

Jammer

Technology / Radar / Jammer: A jammer aims to degrade the operation of a radio receiver by transmitting a jamming signal that is received at higher power than other signals, and hopefully prevents them from being received at all. MORE

Jamaican Rum

Entertainment / Liquor / Jamaican Rum: Full-bodied, pungent rum, dark in color, and decidedly heavier and richer in taste than light bodied rums produced elsewhere in the Caribbean. High-quality Jamaican rums, such as Myer's, are usually d MORE

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