Thesaurus / chock

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And about daylight we'd have the horses out, lift back the rail, and fit in the chock that we'd knocked out.
Chockchockchock—such a lot of kisses, and both arms round his neck.
CRADOCK NOWELL, VOL. 2 (OF 3)RICHARD DODDRIDGE BLACKMORE
Pass the cat-stopper through the ring of the anchor, through the chock, belay it to the cat-tail, and seize it to its own part.
THE SEAMAN'S FRIENDRICHARD HENRY DANA
I holler loud as I can and nex' mornin' my stockin' chock full.
I am chock full of beautiful and noble thoughts, and I want to stop like it, because it feels nice and good.
THREE MEN IN A BOATJEROME K. JEROME
"We're chock full up, but we'll gladly make room for you, boys," he said.
IN SEARCH OF EL DORADOALEXANDER MACDONALD
And so it actually did, for that Court very shortly afterwards was chock full of cases.
His standing bed-place is broke, sir; he is only getting out a chock or two.
THE KING'S OWNCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
I filled the gas tanks half full of cologne, and then pumped hot air through them until they were chock full.
ALICE IN BLUNDERLANDJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
The prisons are chock full of them, and the mass held in abhorrence.'
PENSHURST CASTLEEMMA MARSHALL

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