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choking

[′chōk·iŋ]
(fluid mechanics)
The condition prevailing in compressible fluid flow when the upper limit of mass flow is reached, or when the speed of sound is reached in a duct.
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Amanda Whittington's story of how four bored women fish filleters from Hull spend a day at the races is chokingly funny at times.
If British farmers become so compromised by chokingly low prices they will find other ways to earn a living.
So often, the goat's cheese in such dishes is not properly cooked, and is chokingly dry as a result.
To have to call it a day will be a chokingly bitter pill for him to swallow and there is no doubt that time and chance have been unkind to him over the years, denying him some achievements his talents deserved.
There are poignant stories here, like that of the woman chokingly telling how her addiction saw her children taken away from her or the homeless woman proudly displaying her Dove deodorant as a status symbol.
Hilariously funny in parts and chokingly sad in others, Mandi says the book reflects what real-life marriage is all about.
On the evening we were there, a lone Scottish piper joined the lament and flags representing the British and Belgian Legions dipped in a chokingly emotional tribute to the fallen.