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01. We'd better get busy; we've got a lot of [stuff] to do before the party.
02. The little boy [stuffed] the cookie in his mouth, and ran out the door.
03. His room is a total mess; there's [stuff] all over the floor, and it looks like it hasn't been vacuumed in weeks.
04. Have you got all your [stuff] packed for the camping trip?
05. The pillow is [stuffed] with goose down.
06. He [stuffed] his hands in his pockets as he huddled against the cold.
07. We make our turkey [stuffing] with apples, nuts and rice.
08. The little boy grabbed a handful of sweets and [stuffed] them in his mouth.
09. The robbers [stuffed] a sock in the bank manager's mouth and taped it shut.
10. We're going to have to carry our backpacks a lot while we're travelling so don't bring any [stuff] you don't absolutely need.
11. The [stuff] we use to clean the stove is really bad for the environment.
12. We took a load of [stuff] to the flea market and sold almost all of it.
13. Napoleon once said that religion is excellent [stuff] for keeping the common people quiet.
14. Before 1850, golf balls were made of leather, and were [stuffed] with feathers.
15. I can't sleep with this duvet because it is [stuffed] with feathers, and I'm allergic to them.

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