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noun as in cleat

noun as in wedge

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That book was sometimes shelved in the fiction section of bookstores because it was chock full of mind-bending revelations suggesting that trees are sentient beings that are fully aware of and responsive to the world around them.

Xue Vang had long known that his job deicing planes, loading bags and chocking wheels at the Missoula airport was dangerous, especially in the Montana winter, when blinding snow and rain obscure the spinning engines that can suck in a human body.

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Rio BrandsThe Wonder Wheeler from Rio is chock full of special features and helpful tools to make your trip to the beach as smooth as possible.

Right across the highway, trails lead into the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area, which is chock-full of hikes to waterfalls, lakes, overlooks, and a selection of mountain bike trails.

As of late, the housing market is chock full of opportunities for both sellers and buyers.

After a decade of managing the Borden home, Wilber is chock-full of stories of hauntings and paranormal sightings.

The audience was chock-full of the influential and influencers.

Thus, the SHU was chock full of contraband, because all the x-ray machines were used by the clinics and not the guards.

His mantel is chock full of Oscars and Grammys (three of each).

According to the channel, the new, Western-friendly government in Kiev is chock full of fascists and neo-Nazis.

It seems to me that when a fellow is chock-full of anything he oughtn't to feel much hunger.

Me and your mother wuz both young, both very much in love, both chock full o' hope and hard day's work.

The harbour was chock-full of forlorn-looking craft, which had evidently lain idle for a long while.

He is chock full of tact, the smoothest old boy I ever fell up against.

I sat in the stern sheets, listening to the dreary "chock-chock" of the propeller, and peering forward into the mist.


On this page you'll find 306 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chock, such as: arranged, congested, crowded, filled, jammed, and jam-packed.

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