"Then, if it is true we'll find the Cavarale chock-a-block with British prisoners," said Dacres.
A company came on board the Scourge, and they filled us chock-a-block.
The big Ravine and all the small nullahs are chock-a-block with corpses.
I wish I could ask you to stay, but we are chock-a-block with cousins and aunts.
The place was chock-a-block with rough-looking men, either looking on or playing the games.
Crammed; crowded full: The plays and stories are chockablock with figures
[1840s+ Nautical; fr a nautical rhyming phrase used to mean that the two blocks of a block and tackle are touching after the device has been tightened to its limit]