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Joe took a bite of the steak and started to choke.
Ruth almost choked on a mouthful of cake.
The four-year-old choked to death after swallowing a coin.
The room was filled with choking fumes.
Charlie wanted to take Herrick by the throat and choke him to death.
Her voice choked with emotion when she spoke of the sister she had lost.
‘I don’t want to be your secretary!’ she choked.
We live in cities that are choked with traffic.
Business leaders claim that the strong pound is choking exports.
If prices are too high, demand is choked off.
The weeds quickly choke less robust plants.
Jordan seemed to choke and missed three easy shots.