Definition of Chock up
1. Verb. Crowd or pack to capacity. "They chock up the books into the box"; "The theater was jampacked"
Generic synonyms: Stuff
Related verbs: Cram
Derivative terms: Jam, Wad
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Literary usage of Chock up
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1. A Manual of the Examination of Masters and Mates as Instituted by the by Seaton, William C (1875)
"... row sway np and when the first sto,. is chock up to the block, ... and haul again chock up the men in the top at the same time guiding the eye of the ..."
2. Small Yacht Construction and Rigging by Linton Hopo (1903)
"Haul the sail chock up with the halyard and belay, make the end of the sheet fast to the mast, and run the boom forward till the jaws can be shipped on the ..."
3. Northumberland Words by Richard Oliver Heslop, Oliver Heslop (1892)
"171. CHOCK, packed, crammed, blocked. " chock up again'd." " Chock-ML" CHOCK, to block ; to choke, as in the phrase, " The spoot wis . chocked up wi' ..."