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choke-full

[ chohk-fool ]

adjective



choke-full

adjective

  1. a less common spelling of chock-full


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He was choke-full, of course, of local Bismarck anecdotes and began to reel them off.

The place, as I said before, was choke-full, just to excess; so that one could scarcely breathe.

The Eastern hospitals, at Scutari and within the lines of our camp, were choke-full of the wounded.

Aristide, worker of miracles, strutted by her side choke-full of vanity.

There wasn't much else in the room except the smell, and that seemed to fill it choke-full.

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