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  • adjective Alternative form of chocker.


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  • My RSS reader is 'chockers' - so I can't just keep adding possible feeds for reading.


  • My RSS reader is 'chockers' - so I can't just keep adding possible feeds for reading.


  • A spokeswoman for Bilo Cairns said the supermarket was "chockers" all morning with people scrambling for tins of baked beans, batteries, torches and bottled water. | Top Stories

  • Tamworth is "chockers" (Australian slang for absolutely full!). Recent Updates

  • The Getty is already pretty inaccessible on top of a mountain and is chockers full of old world masterpieces none of that pesky modern art there and has an amazing art conservation centre.

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  • It's chockers with messages, but to most people, the messages are either justified or not noticeable enough to be annoying.

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  • Does this mean to be a successful blogger you have to be a SEO freak writing content chockers with keywords?

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  • Why for example introduce characters Lupin's baby, Luna's father for example if the novel is already chockers with plot threads and you're not going do anything substantial with these characters.


  • She was always saying things like, “Golly, my SHED-ule is really chockers”—as if Jodi was supposed to know what that meant.


  • "It's chockers all the way up - they had four inches 100mm last night and there's just nowhere for the water to go - it's not going to go up and down in half a day it's going to hang around for quite a while until it drains." | Top Stories


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