chocoholic
also chocaholic noun Etymology: chocolate + -aholic Date: 1968 a person who craves or compulsively consumes chocolate

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  • chocoholic — (also chocaholic) ► NOUN informal ▪ a person who is very fond of chocolate …   English terms dictionary

  • chocoholic — [chôk΄ə hôl′ik, chäk΄hôl′ik; chôk΄ə häl′ik, chäk΄häl′ik] n. Informal a person who has an obsessive need to eat chocolate …   English World dictionary

  • chocoholic — UK [ˌtʃɒkəˈhɒlɪk] / US [ˌtʃɑkəˈhɑlɪk] noun [countable] Word forms chocoholic : singular chocoholic plural chocoholics someone who loves chocolate, and eats a lot of it …   English dictionary

  • chocoholic — [[t]tʃɒ̱kəhɒ̱lɪk, AM tʃɔ͟ːkəhɔ͟ːlɪk[/t]] chocoholics N COUNT A chocoholic is someone who eats a great deal of chocolate and finds it hard to stop themselves eating it. [INFORMAL] Many chocoholics get rid of their cravings by having a cup of… …   English dictionary

  • chocoholic — n. a person who craves chocolate. (Patterned on alcoholic.) □ Cake, ice cream, pie make it chocolate. I’m a chocoholic and I’m glad. □ I have a real treat for you chocoholics triple chocolate cheesecake …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • chocoholic — /chaw keuh haw lik, hol ik, chok euh /, n. a person who is excessively fond of chocolate. [CHOCO(LATE) + HOLIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • chocoholic — noun Someone who has such a liking for chocolate that they appear to be addicted to it. See Also: chocoholism …   Wiktionary

  • Chocoholic — someone whose constant craving for and delight in chocolate suggest addiction …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • chocoholic — Australian Slang someone whose constant craving for and delight in chocolate suggest addiction …   English dialects glossary

  • chocoholic — choc|o|hol|ic chocaholic [ˌtʃɔkəˈhɔlık US ˌtʃa:kəˈho: , ˌtʃo:k ] n informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: chocolate + aholic] someone who likes chocolate very much and eats a lot of it …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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