choke[ chohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF choke
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The touch, the choke in her voice, brought about Viviette's downfall.
I am weary of the earth-damps; they burden me; they choke me!
Cornelius was in fits of laughter, which he scarcely tried to choke.
If we don't do something, I'll go in and choke the truth out of that old reprobate.
I have been running, and the words seem to choke me as I speak.
He had a respect for his master, but he wished the Yorkshire cake might choke him.
Her tears flowed again in such abundance as to choke her utterance.
That the first mouthful may choke me that I ever ate of his paying for!
But she had soon put it down again, for it seemed to choke her.
The choke of the motor and then its full-throated roar were sweet to his ears.