Stuff is an aggregate or a group of items or matter. Stuff can mean just about anything.

Stuff may also refer to:
*Stuff (cloth), a type of cloth or fabric used to fill pillows and other items
*Stuffing, a substance which is often placed in the cavities of food items
*Stuffed animal, a child's soft toy.
*Stuffed or preserved animals, created through the art of taxidermy

In computing:
*Bit stuffing, the insertion of noninformation bits into computerized data

In popular culture:
*"Stuff" (magazine), a men's magazine
*Stuff (band), a 1970s-80s fusion/rhythm and blues music group
*"Stuff" (album), a 1997 album by Holly McNarland
*"Stuff", a 1992 album by Bill Wyman
*"Stuff" (novel), a 1997 novel by Joseph Connolly
*"The Stuff", a 1985 horror/comedy film by Larry Cohen
*"Stuff" (film), a 1993 mini-documentary about John Frusciante's life
*"Stuff" ("How I Met Your Mother"), a 2007 episode of the American sitcom "How I Met Your Mother"
*"The Right Stuff", a book and film
*"The Wright Stuff", a British television programme
*"Alexei Sayle's Stuff", a 1980s television sketch show
*A flying creature in the game "Kya Dark Lineage" who guides the heroine where to go and tells her what the next objective is.

In sports:
*In baseball, "stuff" is used to describe the quality of a pitcher's selection of pitches. In basketball, "stuff" describes one player knocking another player's shot from going into the basket.

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  • Stuff — Stuff, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stuffed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stuffing}.] [OE. stoffen; cf. OF. estoffer, F. [ e]toffer, to put stuff in, to stuff, to line, also, OF. estouffer to stifle, F. [ e]touffer; both perhaps of Teutonic origin, and akin to E.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stuff — [stuf] n. [ME stoffe < OFr estoffe < estoffer, prob. < Gr styphein, to pull together, tighten < styppe, tow, coarse cloth of flax or hemp: see STOP] 1. the material or substance out of which anything is or can be made; raw material 2 …   English World dictionary

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