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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOKY

Already the air of the crowded chamber was choky with heat and rancid with smell.

Presently he slept, too, with the choky snores of a very weary man.

Then he said, sort of choky: “Tell me, Mary, how are our dear little girls?”

The air is the pure air of heaven, not the choky stuff of the metropolis.

Barbara has a cold—a nasty, stuffy, choky cold; so I must do without her.

I had a strange, choky sensation, and again I coughed, dryly.

I do not often feel miserable and choky, but I did last night.

At the Choky, the elevation of which is 965 feet, Œsculus begins.

A wedding is nearly always a choky thing, and Pauline's was particularly so.

Indeed, for a moment or two, she was almost frightened—her heart beat so fast, and there was such a "choky" feeling in her throat.

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