Mother Coupeau was not hungry, being too choked up to be able to eat.
Because the place would get choked up with artists I suppose.
It was only at the brow of the ridge, where the undergrowth had choked up the way.
You have neither had time nor occasion to get it so choked up as doubtless his must be.
Or, if ice came with the wind, the lanes might be choked up.
Say, choked up Markham—but Frank strode away, whistling to himself.
Connecting with the street was a narrow alley, now choked up with snow.
When we tried to speak to her we just choked up and stood still.
A trusted woman like you must be choked up with secrets, I'm sure.
He choked up something about mistakes, and zeal, and forgiveness.