Choke-full
Choke-full Choke"-full`, a. Full to the brim; quite full; chock-full. [1913 Webster]

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  • choke-full — adjective packed full to capacity chowder chockablock with pieces of fish • Syn: ↑chockablock, ↑chock full, ↑chockful, ↑chuck full, ↑cram full • Similar to: ↑full * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • choke-full — /chohk fool /, adj. chock full. * * * …   Universalium

  • choke-full — /tʃoʊk ˈfʊl/ (say chohk fool) adjective → chock full …   Australian English dictionary

  • choke — [chōk] vt. choked, choking [ME choken, aphetic < OE vt. aceocian, to choke, prob. < base of ceoke, jaw, CHEEK] 1. to prevent from breathing by blocking the windpipe or squeezing the throat of; strangle; suffocate; smother; stifle 2. to… …   English World dictionary

  • Choke (firearms) — In firearms, a choke is a tapered constriction of the gun barrel s bore at the muzzle end, almost always used with shotguns. The purpose is to decrease the spread of the shot in order to gain better range and accuracy.[1] The exit end of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Choke-out — The use of chokeholds has become quite prevalent, in competitions such as Brazilian Jujitsu, Competition Sambo, Submission Wrestling, Mixed Martial Arts, it also has Law enforcement and military applications. A Choke Out is when one person uses… …   Wikipedia

  • Choke Suplex — Suplex Un suplex est un mouvement au catch et à la lutte. En français, suplex veut dire « souplesse ». C est une des prises les plus utilisées au catch. Un suplex consiste à projeter l adversaire à terre sur le dos, le cou ou les… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Full Nelson suplex — Suplex Un suplex est un mouvement au catch et à la lutte. En français, suplex veut dire « souplesse ». C est une des prises les plus utilisées au catch. Un suplex consiste à projeter l adversaire à terre sur le dos, le cou ou les… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • choke — 01. A customer started to [choke] on a piece of steak in the restaurant, but luckily someone knew what to do, and was able to help him. 02. Don t eat so quickly or you ll [choke]. 03. This toy is not recommended for little children, as there are… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • choke — chokeable, adj. /chohk/, v., choked, choking, n. v.t. 1. to stop the breath of by squeezing or obstructing the windpipe; strangle; stifle. 2. to stop by or as if by strangling or stifling: The sudden wind choked his words. 3. to stop by filling;… …   Universalium

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