chockful chockful

Definition(s):

  • (adj) packed full to capacity

Usage(s):

  1. Under dingy eaves, or in front of bookcases chockful of texts, Playwright Peter Shaffer sees the awkward and funny, stuffy and tender sides of people searching for love.
  2. What we got instead was a show that half the time seemed like the show the Academy would have put on if there had been a strike, chockful of montages.

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  • "The back row is chockful at the moment with Laffranchi playing very good football," Hindmarsh said. "You've got Hoffman, who got a taste last year, and then Gallen, definitely, and Bird as well. We're definitely fighting at the moment for...
    on Apr 26, 2008 By: Nathan Hindmarsh Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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