The refreshment-room also was chock-full and buzzed with loud, laughing voices.
The spirit atmosphere in which we live is full, chock-full, of cross-currents.
But when a fellow's heart is chock-full, it's hard to shut down on it sometimes.
The ground was chock-full of big roots, and we hadn't time to remove them.
"You talk like one who is chock-full of poetry," retorted the eel.
And allows that Mayor Hopkins is chock-full of saving grace!
That pipe's been up so long that I wouldn't wonder if 'twas chock-full of soot.
He is as chock-full of noble sentiments as a bladder is of wind.
I saw how chock-full I must be of conceit really to mind that, as I did, and to show off, and talk like a gentleman.
The house is chock-full, and eight soldiers are already lodged in the outhouses.
chock-full c.1400, chokkeful, possibly from choke "cheek." Or it may be from O.Fr. choquier "collide, thrust." Chock-a-block is nautical, said of two blocks of tackle run so closely they touch.