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- adjective predicate same as
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- adjective packed full to capacity
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Squiggly_P on Jun 4, 2008 looks chuck-full of cheap J-horror shock tactics & the characters look really gimmicky-from the "I see things" psychic to the black FBI agent who talks with a straight face-honestly, & amanda peet's character looks no different to her previous ones. the only way this movie can work if it turns out BIZARRE enough, or if they give us some sculley eye candy. twispious on Jun 5, 2008
As a result, our Congress is chuck-full of them, the most virulent, most assertive, most successful, and most idiotic of this sort.
I only glanced through it so far, but it looks like it is chuck-full of useful information.
This book is chuck-full of 18th century theories and developing theories on medicine and healing.
As he was passing the Kid and party, who had just issued from the saloon, Campbell, who was chuck-full of bad whiskey and fight, accosted him and told him he wanted to see him dance.
"Because," Billy's mouth was full of that silken gown; "because you and me is so plum chuck-full of happiness we're nigh to busting."
We are going to bore a hole in the Yule log with an old trephine, and ram it chuck-full of gunpowder; and Jack's little brother is to catch six or seven frogs, under pain of a severe licking, which are to be put into one of the vegetable dishes.
They were both chuck-full of courage, and the story was that each worshiped the ground the other walked on, and that the girl had insisted on being her husband's comrade in adventure.
She's al'ays runnin 'aroun' with that Pendleton boy an 'gal, an' she's chuck-full o 'new-fangled notions.
He's filled me chuck-full of science on the way up.