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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOKER

The wire of the choker, fig. 24, should be about 1⁄16 of an inch thick.

He wears no neckcloth, but surrounds his throat with a choker.

After all it was foolhardy, and he felt it; but he was past the stopping now, and he pulled the choker to the limit.

His suit was of bleached linen, his shirt bosom, choker and spotless cravat, all the color of snow.

After a moments scrutiny she said, Its a fairly good fur, and its the latest style; what they call a choker.

Now cut two short poles for the forks to lay in from side to side of the path, being in the same direction as the choker.

But then you know a mind that exhausts all its energy in the production of a “choker,” however remarkable, cannot be a great one.

Thus on March 12, we subdued her with a choker, restrained her with ropes, replaced her collar and released her just after sunset.

As a result his bows were stiff affairs, nor could he bend his head to any great extent on account of the high "choker" collar.

One day a very clerical looking man, with immaculate white cravat and choker, approached the entrance.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "one who chokes," agent noun from choke (v.). From 1848 as "large neckerchief;" as a kind of necklace, 1928.

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nounstring of small, often round, objects
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