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chock-full

[ chok-fool, chuhk- ]
/ ˈtʃɒkˈfʊl, ˈtʃʌk- /
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adjective
full to the limit; crammed.
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Also chock-ful, chuck-full, choke-full.

Origin of chock-full

1350–1400; Middle English chokke-fulle, equivalent to chokke (< ?) + fullefull1
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British Dictionary definitions for chock-full

chock-full

choke-full or chuck-full


adjective
(postpositive) completely full

Word Origin for chock-full

C17 choke-full; see choke, full
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