Textual thesaurus for "jam"

(noun) jamming, electronic jamming

deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems

(noun) press, crush

a dense crowd of people

(noun) pickle, hole, muddle, mess, kettle of fish, fix

informal terms for a difficult situation

he got into a terrible fix; he made a muddle of his marriage

(verb) block

interfere with or prevent the reception of signals

Jam the Voice of America; block the signals emitted by this station

(verb) close up, block, impede, obstruct, obturate, occlude

block passage through

obstruct the path

(verb) crush

crush or bruise

jam a toe

(verb) chock up, ram, cram, jampack, wad

crowd or pack to capacity

the theater was jampacked

(verb) pack, mob, pile, throng

press tightly together or cram

The crowd packed the auditorium