choking

[ choh-king ]SEE DEFINITION OF choking

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOKING

But I could not speak; I could only gape, choking and giddy.

How long do you suppose, sir, that an hour is to a man who is choking for want of air?'

He tried to loosen his neck-band; it seemed to be choking him.

(aside to her son) Choking the cratur is with the words he can't get out.

Choking, he managed with numbed fingers to screw his helmet on.

Wilbert felt very much like choking with vexation and grief.

The silence of the garden was broken now by a distant, choking snore.

Sputtering and choking for breath, Rawson came to the surface.

Choking for air, I felt the pressure relax and scrambled to my knees.

She felt as if she were choking somehow, and removed the foulard that she wore about her neck.

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