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choccy

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Pronunciation: /ˈtʃɒki
 
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Definition of choccy in English:

noun (plural choccies)

[mass noun] informal
1Chocolate: [as modifier]: choccy biscuits
More example sentences
  • The whole family went to the supermarket tonight in order to get the non-perishable essentials for Christmas, like booze, choccy biscuits, booze, frozen gateux, booze, mixed nuts, oh, did I mention some wine.
  • I can remember being six or seven and being sent to the shop to buy her six bars of Galaxy or Turkish Delight or cakes or choccy biccies.
  • Everyone else whipped out loaves of bread, ham & cheese, sandwiches, tins of beer etc while I munched on my usual choccy bar.
1.1 [count noun] A chocolate sweet.
Example sentences
  • I need prior warning for romance, there's stuff to arrange, flowers to be bought, choccies to find.
  • He sported his cap while admiring the choccies, only whipping it off for the photograph outside, with the words: ‘I don't think people need to see me in a hairnet.’
  • Close your eyes and try to imagine those Belgian choccies are Cadbury's finest.

Words that rhyme with choccy

cocky, flocky, gnocchi, hockey, jockey, oche, pocky, rocky, schlocky, stocky

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