Definition of Choke-full
1. Adjective. Packed full to capacity. "Chowder chockablock with pieces of fish"
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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, ..."