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chock–full

adjective \ˈchək-ˈfl, ˈchäk-, -ˌfl\

: completely full

Full Definition of CHOCK-FULL

:  full to the limit <hotels chock–full of tourists>

Variants of CHOCK-FULL

chock–full or chock·ful \ˈchək-ˈfl, ˈchäk-, -ˌfl\
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Origin of CHOCK-FULL

Middle English chokkefull, probably from choken to choke + full
First Known Use: 15th century
CHOCK-FULL Defined for Kids

chock–full

adjective \ˈchäk-ˈfl\

Definition of CHOCK-FULL for Kids

:  very full <This Web site is chock-full of good information.>

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