chock[ chok ]SEE DEFINITION OF chock
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOCK
And when I got into this county I found it chock full of armies.
I guess the palace will be chock full, Button-Bright; don't you think so?
Then: "My room is chock full of toys," the Banker said reflectively.
It was chock full, and Jim and I have to sleep under the table.
The prisons are chock full of them, and the mass held in abhorrence.'
His cranium was chock full of entertaining reminiscence, too.
Pass it through either the chock on the bowsprit or the chock on the rail.
They will awe anyone and fill him chock full of all kinds of thoughts.
Why would these islands all be chock full of them and none in Europe?
As ye say, he's whole-souled and chock full of common sense.