Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The M27 and A31 provide for roads; chocka in summer.
Very well presented video - and absolutely chocka with empty platitudes and mendacious spin.
Why Gordon shouldn't do YouTube Jeff 2009
She slept little, and after sobbing for extended periods of time, sat in the mornings in his garden, sipping coffee and listening to the sprinklers doing their pffffft-chocka-chocka-chocka thing.
Bars are chocka-block with rows of single-malt whiskies; the products of some of the nation's most esoteric microbreweries gush from the taps; wine lists are heavy with Washington state Chardonnays.
Seattle Reigns 2008
Peter Hain would have the carriage chocka with special branch, point them out with a joke like: "No heckling people, I have my armed special branch officers with me."
Knew it was going to be chocka with meetings and stuff, and lo, it was.
ridiculous day at work today jinty 2005
Although our view was more based in the people that had also made the trek that day -- it was chocka with tourists, so that you had to queue to finish the Striding Edge.
Long walks and fresh air jinty 2004
Dave of Hatfield and Volpone are quite correct - directly reneging on an election promise, then giving pretty much everyone without a job a free bus pass so that workers are unable to get on the bus to work as its chocka with fat schoolkids going one stop.
Evening Standard - Home Peter Dominiczak 2011
This working farm on the river Camel has four Scandinavian lodges - including the newly built eco-friendly Trebah - and is chocka with "child-friendly animals" including deer, miniature donkeys and wabbits.
The Guardian World News Dixe Wills 2011
Steve Thomas, who runs the Boundary, an upmarket Bed & Breakfast, in Windermere in the Lake District, said: It's absolutely chocka.