chock-full

[ chok-foo l, chuhk- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chock-full

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOCK-FULL

That pipe's been up so long that I wouldn't wonder if 'twas chock-full of soot.

And besides, he would get his whiskers all chock-full of honey.

The spirit atmosphere in which we live is full, chock-full, of cross-currents.

He says they are chock-full of rabbits; but I don't believe him, for he never catches any.

The ground was chock-full of big roots, and we hadn't time to remove them.

The refreshment-room also was chock-full and buzzed with loud, laughing voices.

"You talk like one who is chock-full of poetry," retorted the eel.

"Seems to me this buildin' is chock-full of referees," said he.

And allows that Mayor Hopkins is chock-full of saving grace!

But they're so chock-full of go that they fair runs away with their selves.

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