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Adj.1.chockful - packed full to capacity; "chowder chockablock with pieces of fish"
full - containing as much or as many as is possible or normal; "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"
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This was because they'd picked a prime spot to place their large trade stall, made out to look like a plush living room that was handing out tote bags chockful of newborn baby essentials such as wipes, nappies and cream for just PS1 each.
The island is chockful of activities, from plain lazing around to biking through its forested trails, cave tours, and climbing to the old lighthouse and the 19th-century watchtower, the Baluarte, to enjoy a spiritlifting view of the island, from fishing, kayaking, and pedal boating to shark feeding, snorkeling, and swimming by the famous shifting sandbar.
These veteran outlaws have a chockful of bitter blues for all millennials.
Reliable, authoritative and chockful of panache, it's a reproduction Model 1886 any hunter or shooter would be glad to carry.
As with past annual editions which are self-distributed, the anniversary compilation Girls Write Now: Two Decades of True Stories from Young Female Voices is chockful of honest stories that bear witness to the life and times of teenage girls from 2004 to 2017.
With Kerima Polotan, she embodied the best of Filipino word craft, regardless of gender, employing a pen honed to steely sharpness and an awareness chockful of irony and wit, humor and archness.
Perhaps a smoothie bowl, chockful of super fruits and chia seeds?
The recorded sound is excellent, and the booklet chockful of bromance photos.
Shannon Chase and Jezreel Harrison of Palmetto GBA were chockful of 2017 Medicare updates.
The guide is chockful of information about the legal rights of the individuals involved, especially what to do if an ICE officer comes to a child's home.
Ground under fruit trees, for instance, is simply chockful of young vegetable plants, and the world famous dahlia beds, where 10,000 different varieties of dahlias bloomed a few years ago, have been prepared for the onion plants, which will soon be put out.
Years after its logo of a triumphant fist first appeared, Micromax continues to make inroads into a market that is now chockful of choices.