chockablock definition

  • adjective:
    • (of a ship's hoisting tackle) Having the obstructs drawn near together so no longer activity is achievable, as when the tackle is hauled into utmost.
    • Jammed securely together; very crowded; totally filled or loaded.
    • Hoisted up to the tackle will admit; brought close together, once the two-blocks of a tackle in hoisting.
    • stuffed full to capability
  • adverb:
    • In a crowded way; as totally or closely that you can.
    • as totally that you can
  • others:
    • Nautical, jammed: said of a tackle when the blocks tend to be hauled near collectively.
    • Crowded; crammed complete: because, the meeting-hall ended up being chock-a-block.
    • Nautical, to be able to be drawn or hauled close together, this kind of a fashion on impede or prevent movement.

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