Jammed [adjective]

Definition of Jammed:

stuck fast

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Sentence/Example of Jammed:

Think of a holiday traffic jam—except one that’s delayed and happens in hospital ERs rather than on the highway.

They could do away with the hassle of airports and traffic jams.

On a warm Saturday afternoon in late spring, his mother, Darlene Jones Lundergan, hands Mike his drumsticks for an impromptu jam session during a FaceTime interview.

Without a true national pandemic plan, America’s coronavirus response seems like a 50-state traffic jam.

In pandemic-free years, America’s biggest trade show, CES, attracts more than 170,000 attendees, bringing traffic that jams surrounding roads day and night.

The system was tested on Kenya’s borders earlier this year, when the pandemic caused epic traffic jams, as truckers underwent health checks.

Mexico City is famous for its museums, food and culture, but also for its traffic jams.

The city which is home to over 20 million people is infamous for congestion and snaking lines of traffic jams.

Malcolm asked her gently to go back to the helm and keep it jammed hard-a-starboard until they arrived at the left bank.

But the jar threw my six-shooter where I couldn't reach it, and the carbine was jammed in the stirrup-leather on the wrong side.