[ UK /t‍ʃˈə‍ʊkɐ/ ]
  1. a high tight collar
  2. someone who kills by strangling
  3. necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
  4. an unfortunate person who is unable to perform effectively because of nervous tension or agitation
    he could win if he wasn't a choker
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How To Use choker In A Sentence

  • They may not realise that the Irishman was a tortured soul during the match, and was losing sleep at the possibility of becoming the Crucible's biggest-ever choker.
  • Over the years Michele's designs continued to evolve from napkin holders and bracelets to earrings, necklaces, chokers and hair accessories at a rapid pace.
  • Be prepared instead for some rather more unusual ways of adorning nature such as spikes for hedges and fences, and decorative chokers and collars for branches or you could even crown the bean poles with a conical finial pot.
  • The epaulettes on the choker tunic of his black naval uniform bore the four stripes of his rank.
  • You can see from the middle pic that the choker has a "dangler" down the back for an even more sexy look, esp with a dress! Fashion World of SL
  • Yet his reputation as 'a bit of a choker' was not enhanced through the year.
  • The auction contains a treasure trove of signature pieces including chokers, tiaras, earrings and a myriad of other costume jewelry once owned by Hilton.
  • There were freshwater pearl drop earrings and a matching five stringed pearl choker, framed in delicate rose gold.
  • So were the heavy silver-and-turquoise choker and matching ketoh bracelet and concho belt. Omnibus
  • One of the happiest spin-offs of Mickelson's memorable Masters win is that it will stop critics referring to him as a choker.
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