/ (ˈtʃɒkə) /
informal full up; packed
British slang irritated; fed up
Is It “I Wish I Were” Or “I Wish I Was”?Picture it. You are texting your buddy, and you type out “I wish I were.” But there’s that pesky autocorrect, trying to change it to “I wish I was.” Is autocorrect ducking with you, or are you about to commit a grammar faux pas?
In Omnia Paratus And Other Latin Phrases You’ve Heard While StreamingFrom Gilmore Girls to the Handmaid's Tale to Harry Potter, Latin (or some form of it) is everywhere. Well, let's whip out our glasses and study up on some of the most popular pop culture Latin phrases.
crowded, jammed, overflowing, stuffed, wrapped, loaded, filled, congested, overloaded, jam-packed, compact, brimming, mobbed, crammed, chock, seething, compressed, bundled, chock-full, tumid
- chocolate cyst
Word Origin for chocker
C20: from chock-a-block
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Examples from the Web for chocker
Think of living forty years, like Doctor Chocker, on the husks of the digamma!