Cram with someone or something: to fill something with more than it can reasonably hold or accommodate.
Because this room is just totally crammed with people, we're moving everyone into the auditorium.
I had crammed my suitcase with so much stuff that I couldn't get it to close.
Sit at: to be seated in front of something, such as a table.
He sat at the table, taking his tea.
Jeer at someone or something: to poke fun at someone; to make rude sounds at someone.
Please stop jeering at my cousin!
The others just jeered at my idea.
lunge at someone or something: to leap toward someone or something, especially with the intent of grabbing, attacking, or striking them or it.
The criminal lunged at the police officer with a knife, but the cop was able to subdue him without difficulty.
Meow at someone: to make the crying sound of a cat to someone.
I looked down to find a little orange cat meowing at me.
Preach at someone: to deliver a stem, moralistic lecture to one (about something).
I wish you would stop preaching at me about my spending habits, Dad.
Scowl at: frown in an anger or bad-tempered way.
She scowled at him defiantly.
Shout at: speak loudly and angrily to.
He apologized because he had shouted at her in front of them all.
Shriek at someone: to utter a shriek (a shrill, often fantic cry) to someone.
I practically shrieked at her.
Be into something: to be interested in something.
My daughter is into sports all of a sudden and really wants to take tennis lessons.
Enter into something: to move into something.
Once you enter into the parking garage, turn left.
Get into: to use, access, or interfere with something, usually without permission to do so.
"It seems the cats got into their treats while we were at work today." "I just found the empty bag completely torn in half."
Pose for someone or something: to strike and hold a particular pose so that one may be photographed or painted by someone.
I've been trying to find a new model to pose for me.
I hate posing for pictures.
Frown upon: to show one's disapproval of something.
I just know my mother frowns upon my decision to go to a state school.
Please stop frowning upon my choice and support me!
Matter to someone: to be of importance, significance, or worth to one.
If success really matters to you so much that you would sacrifice your friends to get it, then I don't want to be your friend to begin with.