Which preposition to use with stuffing

with Occurrences 231%

Don't laugh, Judge, for me and Crop saw and heard all that I've been describin' to you, and we felt it too, may be quite as deeply as if we'd been bred in colleges and stuffed with the larnin' of the books.

in Occurrences 177%

I generally turn my stuff in to the Star because they treat me well.

of Occurrences 158%

An alarm-clock crashing through the stuff of dreams.

for Occurrences 82%

It was picturesque stuff for my purpose, but wasn't in it with what the old fellow had really done.

into Occurrences 52%

This we stuffed into the pockets of our shirts; filled our powder-horns and bullet-pouches from the ammunition on the dead bodies, and then we were ready to leave that valley of death.

on Occurrences 41%

I knew you'd try to dump that stuff on me.

from Occurrences 36%

You could drop that stuff from the cliffhead without danger.

to Occurrences 34%

"I intend to burn your train," said he; "you are loaded with supplies and ammunition for Sidney Johnson, and as I have no way to convey the stuff to my own people, I'll see that it does not reach the United States troops.

about Occurrences 32%

"Likely he'd be carrying my stuff about on him!" said she, contemptuous of her own keen interest.

out Occurrences 28%

I'll give you enough provisions to last you until you can reach Fort Bridger," replied Smith; "and as soon as your cooks can get the stuff out of the wagons, you can start.

like Occurrences 22%

It would need about eight fathom of stuff like you to tie me down.

of Occurrences 21%

A stuffing of sage and onion may be made separately, and baked in a flat dish: this method is better than putting it in the meat, as many persons have so great an objection to the flavour. Time.

as Occurrences 20%

Around her head was a kind of hood of the same stuff as her dress, a black, coarse woolen, while around her neck was a broad linen collar.

at Occurrences 19%

Without a car that stuff at Tower Cottagesomewhere at Tower Cottagewould be difficult to shift.

out Occurrences 12%

It is not an uncommon sight to see a crowd of white doughboys around a piano in some 'Y' or Red Cross hut, singing to beat the band, with a colored jass expert pounding the stuffing out of the piano.

than Occurrences 10%

These are the flower of our working population; they are of finer stuff than the common staple of human nature.

by Occurrences 9%

In the sand-dune area they used a vast quantity of sandbags, and they met the shortage of jute stuffs by making small sacks of bedstead hangings and curtains which, in the dry heat of the summer, wore very well.

under Occurrences 6%

There's a lot of valuable stuff under the water these days."

down Occurrences 4%

We paid off the Indians, and got some sleighs and sleighed the stuff down the hill.

inside Occurrences 3%

The bolder features of a cathedral must be grasped to satisfy a quizzing neighbor lest he shame you later on your hearth, a building must be stuffed inside your memory, or your pilgrim feet must wear the pavement of an ancient shrine.

before Occurrences 3%

But though Matilde was so anxious to have the stuff before luncheon, she had a number of doses of it put away in a drawer, which she took out and counted, after Elettra had gone.

off Occurrences 3%

" "Well, come back, and we'll wash this stuff off you.

after Occurrences 3%

"If all of you go to your homes and don't fight," said Mary, "I'll promise to send the stuff after you.

without Occurrences 3%

You pull off the rawest stuff without a pang.

along Occurrences 3%

Anyhow, I've only got about twenty dollars' worth of tobacco and stuff along with me.

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