Full to the limit; as full as possible: a report chock-full of errors. (adjective)
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Use "chock-full" in a sentence
"But over a rough and tumble first term chock-full of congressional standoffs and economic crises, hurt feelings and disappointments, the fever some young black professionals caught four years ago seems to have broken into mild support at best, downright apathy at worst."
"The area, chock-full of cozy pubs, golf courses and Gaelic monuments, has tremendous pulling power and many Germans, French, Dutch and Britons have settled here over the past few decades."
"The mag is chock-full of heartfelt testimonials to the highly regarded English author."