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.
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When Pioneer customers log in, though, they are met with a robust Web site that is chockfull of information, including:
The stories are chockfull of vibrant imagery and rather resemble prose poems.
But the 125th Street corridor, including the Harlem USA mall, is now chockfull of chains, to the point where it can be compared to another attraction.
The thin fuzzy line of Sandback's yarn is chockfull of an art-historical spatial discourse that connects his work to both Alberta Giacometti and Barnett Newman, who seem to provide some of the groundwork for Sandback--as do Karl Ioganson's "Constructions" in wire and string, though those lines are resolutely unfuzzy.
It's chockfull of grooving, gospel-flavored house tracks, including a pair of his own infectious concoctions--"Walkin'" and the new single "Keep on Movin'.
This one's chockfull of funky special effects, freaky geeky characters and high-tech fun on the run.
In addition, the program features a new four-color glossy in-room catazine that is chockfull of valuable golf-related information for both the novice and professional alike.