To stop someone abruptly while they are talking. There were several small pieces of rosin from the pitcher's mound, three one-inch squares of pine tar rag, a scratched recording of the Star Spangled Banner sung by Eddie Fisher and Mel Ott, two hot dogs with French's mustard a creamy yellowish substance and two beers. I could hardly choke my tears back.
The restaurant patron began to choke on a fish bone. Don Don said that the mustard was not essential but that it did make the recording more palatable. She choked down four of those pills all at once. I didn't feel sick until after the ceremony had started, so I had to choke back vomit the entire time. To stop or prevent something from flowing normally. Subscribe to our free daily email and get a new idiom video every day! I should perhaps add that "choking up" as Jackie Robinson used the term has nothing to do with "choking up" in the sense of gripping a bat one or more inches above the knob of the bat. The dog choked on the meat. A noun or pronoun can be used between "choke" and "off. The cough medicine tasted terrible, but I managed to choke it down. He choked up the chunk of meat and could breathe again. They'll never win the pennant. Sad stories like that always choke me up. I had been fine all day, but as soon as I walked into the funeral home, I got all choked up. To cause one to feel a strong emotion and struggle to speak because of it. A noun or pronoun can be used between "choke" and "back. Are they going to choke the debate off? On the other hand, the version in Google Books is presented in snippet-view format, and it appears in a collection of issues of The Realist stretching from issue 71 to February issue 98 , so its precise publication isn't clear from the Google Books data. Choke up on the bat to get a better grip. In one of the vital pennant battles in St. It was a scary moment when dad started choking on that fish bone. To feel a strong emotion and struggle to speak because of it. I was choking up, and I knew I would not be able to go on. I could hardly choke my tears back. To cause someone or something to have difficulty breathing. Branches and leaves choked the sewer up. To make one feel the urge to cry.
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Choking the chicken
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