Definition of choss in English:

choss

noun

informal
  • 1Humorous. = "chaos". Usually in "state of choss". Now somewhat dated.

  • 2Rock Climbing and Mountaineering. Friable, crumbly, or loose rock, typically considered unsafe or unpleasant to climb.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in Margaret Mitchell (1900–1949), novelist. Representing a colloquial or humorous pronunciation of chaos.

Pronunciation

choss

/tʃɒs/