chuck-full


chuck-full

chuck-full [chuhk-foo l] Examples adjective

  1. chock-full.

Examples from the Web for chuck-full Historical Examples of chuck-full

  • Vancouver was chuck-full of detectives, many of whom Phil knew by sight, while the others he sensed.

    The Spoilers of the Valley

    Robert Watson

  • Their church is chuck-full of authority—all the way from the Pope down to the priest—and accordingly they do as they’re told.

    The Damnation of Theron Ware

    Harold Frederic

  • The storeroom’s chuck-full; and it was only a few days ago I said to David it was time we set about getting them off.

    With Lee in Virginia

    G. A. Henty

  • British Dictionary definitions for chuck-full chuck-full adjective

    1. a less common spelling of chock-full

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