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  1. (n) someone who kills by strangling
  2. (n) an unfortunate person who is unable to perform effectively because of nervous tension or agitation
  3. (n) necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
  4. (n) a high tight collar


  1. Janet Jackson flaunts a white-shell-and- silver Mummy's Bundle choker on her new videos.
  2. Her black, high-necked cocktail dress was smooth and unwrinkled; the triple-strand choker of pearls was precisely in place; and her black alligator bag was set neatly on her lap.
  3. From a million billboards and car cards, his coldly correct profile mounted on an Arrow choker gave feminine hearts a guide to male perfection.


  • Angelina Jolie pieces fail to sell at auction

    The choker and ring designed by actress Angelina Jolie in conjunction with jeweler Robert Procop did not find buyers at Tiancheng Internationals June 15 sale.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: National Jeweler

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  1. "The word 'choker', we don't have that kind of history on us," Steyn said. "If we can start off winning like this fresh in our careers, this is what we can continue. Maybe it starts a new generation of cricket. I don't know what the word is...
    on Dec 30, 2008 By: Dale Steyn Source: The Age

  2. "That whole choker thing is just nonsense," Connolly said. "They were probably over-confident when they played Australia in the last World Cup after beating them 50-21 earlier in 2003, and they eased off against France in 1999 when they led...
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: John Connolly Source: Independent Online

  3. "Second two times in a row has not been done by many," said Elliott, the 1960 Rome Olympic 1500m gold medallist. "I'm sure Cadel would be the first to admit he has something to prove to himself, but he's not a choker."
    on Jul 30, 2008 By: Herb Elliott Source: Daily Telegraph

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