- 1A necklace or band of fabric that fits closely around the neck: her only ornament was a simple pearl chokerMore example sentences
- Finger-rings and ear-studs, stone necklaces and ornamental chokers, brightly hued bracelets and innovatively shaped pendants are there in rich profusion.
- She makes each piece of her jewellery - chokers, necklaces, bracelets, rings, watchbands - out of literally hundreds of the little suckers.
- Necklaces, rings, bracelets, anklets, chokers, earrings, and some articles I couldn't have begun to guess at dazzled my vision.
- 1.1 • dated A clerical or other high collar.More example sentences
- Sorrow and I looked around at the chokers and collars.
- He was eight years old when he and other boys, dressed in their Sunday special outfits of swallow-tail coats with a white choker collar, formed a guard of honour for Mr Thompson before a wonderful tea was served.
- 2North American A cable looped round a log to drag it.More example sentences
- We lowered a man inside the pipe, he wrapped a choker around the auger, and we pulled the auger out.
- 3 • informal An extremely upsetting experience: saying our farewells—that was a bit of a chokerMore example sentences
- Spurs 3-5 Manchester United: What a choker.
- But when we drew Middlesbrough in the next round I was left out of the team, which was a bit of a choker.
- 4 • informal A sports player who fails to perform at a crucial point as a result of nervousness: when I was playing on the tour, I was a chokerMore example sentences
- We don't know who the next redeemed choker will be.
- For years the jibe of 'choker' had hounded him - he whose nerves cannot take the heat.
- Sure, you could be choker on the putting green, or you could have a hellish slice off the tee.
More definitions of chokerDefinition of choker in:
- The US English dictionary