The premise is this: turkey is chock-full of a soporific essential amino acid, tryptophan, one of the 22 essential amino acids.
The audience was chock-full of the influential and influencers.
The car is chock-full of safety features, apparently in response to high numbers of fatalities on Libyan roads.
After a decade of managing the Borden home, Wilber is chock-full of stories of hauntings and paranormal sightings.
The refreshment-room also was chock-full and buzzed with loud, laughing voices.
The spirit atmosphere in which we live is full, chock-full, of cross-currents.
But when a fellow's heart is chock-full, it's hard to shut down on it sometimes.
The ground was chock-full of big roots, and we hadn't time to remove them.
"You talk like one who is chock-full of poetry," retorted the eel.
And allows that Mayor Hopkins is chock-full of saving grace!
Absolutely full; crammed; chockablock
[perhaps 1400+, certainly 1751+; origin uncertain; perhaps ''full to the point of choking'']