noun chol·ler \ˈchälə(r)\

Definition of choller



dialectal, British

  1. :  the flesh on the lower jaw especially when fat and hanging :  double chin

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Origin and Etymology of choller

from (assumed) Middle English, from Old English ceolor throat; akin to Old High German kelur throat, Old English ceole — more at keel

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a brief usually trivial fact

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