In essence, Wolfram Alpha is a frighteningly powerful calculator that is chock full of facts about the world.
The book is chock full of helpful hints called “Yes, I Can!”
The problem is, Europe seems to be chock full of unique, one time problems with its banking system.
Another bonus is the stellar wine list--reasonably priced and chock full of the kinds of off-the-beaten path wines I enjoy.
According to the channel, the new, Western-friendly government in Kiev is chock full of fascists and neo-Nazis.
Also, there are four letter files and a large cabinet—all chock full of correspondence from authors and fans.
I guess the palace will be chock full, Button-Bright; don't you think so?
I filled him chock full, you bet; and mebbe we shan't see 'em again, though it's likely we shall.
It was chock full, and Jim and I have to sleep under the table.
Says the bins have got to be chock full of grain before January first, no matter what happens to us.
1670s, "lumpy piece of wood," possibly from Old North French choque "a block" (Old French çoche "log," 12c.; Modern French souche "stump, stock, block"), from Gaulish *tsukka "a tree trunk, stump."
"tightly, close up against," 1799, back formation from chock-full.