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Chock-a-block

ˌtʃɒk.əˈblɒk

Meanings of Chock-a-block:

adjective

If a place is chock-a-block, it is very full of people or things

Usage examples:

The streets were chock-a-block (with cars).

Meanings of Chock-full:

adjective

Very full

Usage examples:

The place was chock-full of people.

Chockablock

tʃɒkəˈblɒk

Meanings of Chockablock:

adjective

Crammed full of people or things.

Usage examples:

The manual is chock-a-block with information

Chocked

tʃɒk

Meanings of Chocked:

verb

Prevent the movement of (a wheel or vehicle) with a chock.

Usage examples:

The front wheel will need to be chocked
noun

A wedge or block placed against a wheel or rounded object, to prevent it from moving.

Usage examples:

Their aircraft stood gently shuddering against their chocks

Chocker

ˈtʃɒk.ər

Meanings of Chocker:

adjective

Tired of or disgusted with something.

Usage examples:

I'm a little chocker with this place

Meanings of Chocking:

verb

Prevent the movement of (a wheel or vehicle) with a chock.

Usage examples:

The front wheel will need to be chocked
noun

A wedge or block placed against a wheel or rounded object, to prevent it from moving.

Usage examples:

Their aircraft stood gently shuddering against their chocks

Chocks

tʃɒk

Meanings of Chocks:

noun

A wedge or block placed against a wheel or rounded object, to prevent it from moving.

Usage examples:

Their aircraft stood gently shuddering against their chocks
verb

Prevent the movement of (a wheel or vehicle) with a chock.

Usage examples:

The front wheel will need to be chocked

Chockstone

ˈtʃɒkstəʊn

Meanings of Chockstone:

noun

A stone that has become wedged in a vertical cleft.

Usage examples:

Climb the rest of the chimney more easily (but with interest) past the chockstones and into the eey…

Meanings of Choco:

noun

In or with reference to the second world war (1939–45): a conscript, a militiaman.

Chocolate

ˈtʃɒk(ə)lət

Meanings of Chocolate:

noun

A food in the form of a paste or solid block made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, typically sweetened and eaten as confectionery.

Usage examples:

A bar of chocolate

Chocolate-box

ˈtʃɒk.lət.bɒks

Meanings of Chocolate-box:

adjective

Used to refer to something that looks very attractive, but is traditional and boring

Usage examples:

A chocolate-box village

Chocolates

ˈtʃɒk.lət

Meanings of Chocolates:

noun

A food in the form of a paste or solid block made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, typically sweetened and eaten as confectionery.

Usage examples:

A bar of chocolate

Chocolatey

ˈtʃɒk.lə.ti

Meanings of Chocolatey:

adjective

Like chocolate in smell, taste, or colour

Usage examples:

The sauce itself was like chocolatey toffee.

Chocolatier

ˌtʃɒk(ə)ləˈtɪə

Meanings of Chocolatier:

noun

A maker or seller of chocolate.

Usage examples:

Food shops, butchers, bakers, delicatessens and chocolatiers will also be there, promoting the fine…

Meanings of Choctaw:

noun

A member of a north american people now living mainly in mississippi.

Usage examples:

The local barbecue magnate, a 51-year-old member of the choctaw and chippewa tribes, is also a long…
adjective

Relating to the choctaw or their language.

Usage examples:

The choctaw language used in world war 1 was the only ‘code’ never broken by the german army.

Choctaws

ˈtʃɒktɔː

Meanings of Choctaws:

noun

A member of a north american people now living mainly in mississippi.

Usage examples:

The local barbecue magnate, a 51-year-old member of the choctaw and chippewa tribes, is also a long…
adjective

Relating to the choctaw or their language.

Usage examples:

The choctaw language used in world war 1 was the only ‘code’ never broken by the german army.

Meanings of Chogset:

noun

A wrasse found in the western atlantic, tautogolabrus adspersus, which is greenish-grey with iridescent blue markings on the head.

Choice

tʃɔɪs

Meanings of Choice:

noun

An act of choosing between two or more possibilities.

Usage examples:

The choice between good and evil
adjective

(especially of food) of very good quality.

Usage examples:

He picked some choice early plums

Choicer

tʃɔɪs

Meanings of Choicer:

adjective

(especially of food) of very good quality.

Usage examples:

He picked some choice early plums
noun

An act of choosing between two or more possibilities.

Usage examples:

The choice between good and evil

Choices

tʃɔɪs

Meanings of Choices:

noun

An act of choosing between two or more possibilities.

Usage examples:

The choice between good and evil
adjective

(especially of food) of very good quality.

Usage examples:

He picked some choice early plums

Meanings of Choil:

noun

The end of a knife's cutting edge which is nearer to the handle.

Usage examples:

When gripped with all fingers below the finger choil more weight shifts to the blade, and the knife…

Choir

kwaɪər

Meanings of Choir:

noun

An organized group of singers, especially one that takes part in church services or performs in public.

Usage examples:

A church choir

Choirboy

ˈkwaɪə.bɔɪ

Meanings of Choirboy:

noun

A boy who sings in a church or cathedral choir.

Usage examples:

Former bradford cathedral head choirboy gareth has also recorded this year's comic relief single, a…

Choirboys

ˈkwʌɪəbɔɪ

Meanings of Choirboys:

noun

A boy who sings in a church or cathedral choir.

Usage examples:

Former bradford cathedral head choirboy gareth has also recorded this year's comic relief single, a…

Choirgirl

ˈkwaɪə.ɡɜːl

Meanings of Choirgirl:

noun

A girl who sings in a church or cathedral choir.

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