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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchock-fullˌchock-ˈfull adjective [not before noun]  informalFULL completely full of people or thingschock-full of a pond chock-full of weeds
Examples from the Corpus
chock-fullFor Hugh the world was almost chock-full of traitors and liars and fools.chock-full ofThe bean soup, chock-full of smoked ham, was delicious.
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