She knows she's as quick as chain lightning, and she's chockful of confidence.
He had brought off one bargain with a smartness that his father vaguely resented, and Davey was chockful of boyish pride over.
At the far end of the market is the river Thames; and on the river Thames there is a ship or two chockful of fish.
Roger, did you ever see a town so chockful of people that you have to laugh over one minute and cry over the next?
Absolutely full; crammed; chockablock
[perhaps 1400+, certainly 1751+; origin uncertain; perhaps ''full to the point of choking'']