WRITING CONTEST #28: Use the word “chock-full” in a sentence

DEADLINE:    February 18th 

SENTENCE WRITING CONTEST: Every Monday a new, interesting vocabulary word will be posted here, as well as a sentence using that word.

Your job is to create and post a new, better sentence in the comment box, using the same word. Yes, you may change the form of the word. Yes, I’ll be the judge. Yes, I am a subjective judge  ( I like clever or funny, I hate bigotry).

The winning sentence will be announced here the following Monday.

THIS WEEK’S WORD:    CHOCK-FULL ~   

Definition:   http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/chock-full

SENTENCE TO BEAT:    She panted, out of breath, suffocating in a teak-walled doctor’s office chock-full of air.                        (excerpt from my novel-in-production, Never the Same River)
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4 responses to “WRITING CONTEST #28: Use the word “chock-full” in a sentence

  1. I first saw her at Pete’s tavern; she was raven haired and had jeans chock-full of legs, though that particular adjective betrays how awesome her butt really was.

  2. He was chock-full of festering bile yet constantly flummoxed as to why the others avoided him.

  3. Where the battered Altoids tin held sticks of it, it was the make-shift cloth that was chalk full, ready and waiting as a viable, dusty punishment alternative to slender switches still green in their new cut cruelty.

  4. Her brain was chock-full of information but darned if she could say it out loud, giving answer to the many questions from the detective staring at her like a freak from the Bayside.