Definition of Choke-full

1. Adjective. Packed full to capacity. "Chowder chockablock with pieces of fish"

Exact synonyms: Chock-full, Chockablock, Chockful, Chuck-full, Cram Full
Similar to: Full



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Choke-full

choirgirl
choirgirls
choiring
choirlike
choirman
choirmaster
choirmasters
choirmate
choirmates
choirmen
choirmistress
choirmistresses
choirs
choise
choke
choke-full (current term)
choke back
choke coil
choke collar
choke collars
choke damp
choke down
choke hold
choke off
choke pear
choke pears
choke price
choke the luff
choke up

Literary usage of Choke-full

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1. Cornish Notes & Queries: (first Series) by Cornish Telegraph, Peter Penn (1906)
"... 41 Choke full of Sense." I should like to add to your collection with the ... choke full of sense," applied derisively to any one boasting of himself or ..."

2. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"Chock fidl is common = quite full, or choke full. I drew a shaft Chock to the steel. Taylor, Ph. van Art., Pt. II. iii. ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1892)
"Seven eight-wheeled coaches, sir, each weighing twenty-one tons ; third class compartments choke full. This train used to have no third class, ..."

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