/ (tʃəʊkt) /

  1. British informal annoyed or disappointed

Words Nearby choked

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How to use choked in a sentence

  • There was the usual massacre, but this time the trees were cut down and the wells choked up.

    God and my Neighbour | Robert Blatchford
  • On either side the carnage had been terrible, and the pathways of the village were literally choked with the dead.

  • Malcolm choked back the hard words that rose to his lips, and sought such local information as the ryot could give him.

    The Red Year | Louis Tracy
  • He was shot by a man of the 32d, and his body formed the lowermost layer of a causeway of corpses that soon choked the ditch.

    The Red Year | Louis Tracy
  • It is hopeless to number the slain that strewed the field of battle, choked the Bannock, or floated down the Forth.

    King Robert the Bruce | A. F. Murison