shoehorn /ˈʃuhɔrn/ verb
: to force (something or someone) into a small space, a short period of time, etc.
- A parking garage has been shoehorned between the buildings.
- She’s trying to shoehorn a year’s worth of classes into a single semester.
- I don’t know how they managed to shoehorn everyone into that little room.
- He was trying to shoehorn the cooler into the back of the van.