No. Stuffed is Right.
Originally Posted by NewHope
a stuffed turkey
He stuffed himself full of food.
Originally Posted by Natalie27
When I stuff a turkey, I literally stuff its cavity. That is, I cram or tightly pack the stuffing into it. I put as much into it as I can.
When you stuff yourself, you overeat.
I think you are arguing about collocation. We say "a filled cake" and "stuffed potatoes".
It's a filled moon cake, period!
BTW, I have an apple pie in the oven. It has an apple filling, of course. It smells gooooood!
You gonna share that pie? ;)
Originally Posted by Susie Smith
It appears there is a dispute regarding "stuffed" and filled".
I made some search and looked up in the dictionaries.
"Stuffed (stuffing/dressing)" may be likely to use when you put the things into chicken, duck etc. The things may be some minced/chopped meat etc.
"Filled (fillings)" may be likely ot use when you put the things into cake, sandwich etc. The things may be some sweet ingredients (eg jam).
Nevertheless, it is perfectly ok to interchange each other.
You are welcome, NewHope. :D
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