"chock-full" Definition

  1. full till the scale comes down with a shock. Originally CHOKE-FULL, and used in reference to theatres and places of amusement.

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Position in the dictionary: 623 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: choke off, choker, chonkeys, choops, chootah, chop, chops, chouse, chout, chovey
Previous words in the dictionary: choakee, chivey, chive-fencer, chive, chivalry, chitterlings, chit, chisel, chirp, chips

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