chock full of (something)

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chock full of (something)

Having a lot of something; very full of something. If you don't like raisins, you won't like this cake —it's chock full of them. Good luck fitting anything else in that storage locker—it is just chock full of boxes.
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chock full of something

Fig. very full of something. These cookies are chock full of big chunks of chocolate.
See also: chock, full, of