chokingly


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chokingly

(ˈtʃəʊkɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a strangling, suffocating, or choking manner
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With future growth, this number will likely be reduced to a still chokingly high 700 million by 2030.
The bloodbath temporarily abates for brotherly banter inside the claustrophobic tank, but the air is always chokingly thick with impending doom.
Venus has a chokingly dense atmosphere 100 times thicker than Earth's that is mostly carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that heats up Venus' surface to a lead-melting 900 degrees Fahrenheit (482 degrees Celsius).
Venus has a chokingly dense atmosphere, 100 times thicker than Earth's, that is mostly carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas.
THIS is a chokingly moving picture of Gary Speed's beautiful teenage sons, Ed and Tommy, at the Wales v Costa Rica memorial match for their dad.
Law firms have known for a long time how much in-house counsel resent the prevalent talent recruitment and development model, a model that results in law firms building large entry classes and paying freshly minted associates chokingly high salaries to perform the most rudimentary of tasks.
Travels in the Scriptorium is part dystopian myth and part literary seance; allusions intersect with allusions, identities are fluid, the past is folded almost chokingly tight into the present, shadows of the truth have shadows.