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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of choke.

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  • adjective stopped up; clogged up

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Examples

  • Saying someone "choked" is saying the coldest thing in sports, so the charge shouldn't be made easily.

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  • "Neat, man, neat," he warned Bertie, who gulped down a tumbler two-thirds full of the raw spirits, and coughed and choked from the angry bite of it till the tears ran down his cheeks.

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  • The pieces fell into place, all at once, and I again choked on the dregs of my now-cold latte.

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  • The pieces fell into place, all at once, and I again choked on the dregs of my now-cold latte.

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  • The word choked poor Dan, but he stumbled on, and told of the poor fellow's last charge to him, his last request to his mother.

    A Sheaf of Corn

  • A sharp line was ploughed between his brows; his breath came in short choked gusts, he was utterly the vessel of his longing, and yet an ultimate basic consideration, lost in the pounding of his veins, still restrained him.

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  • "Neat, man, neat," he warned Bertie, who gulped down a tumbler two-thirds full of the raw spirits, and coughed and choked from the angry bite of it till the tears ran down his cheeks.

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  • To which he replied in choked accents which yet could not conceal the inexpressible elation of his heart:

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  • This he whispered in choked tones as he set foot on the stairs.

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  • Of these, the first are again choked with sand; the second are considered unsafe; and the third only is accessible to travellers.

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