Examples of chest in a Sentence
He has a broad chest.
The pain is in my upper chest.
Recent Examples of chest from the Web
An ideal patient Cassidy was an ideal patient for the device because his source of bleeding was only his pelvis, not his chest or abdomen.
Thomas was involved in a traffic accident on Jan. 23, 2000, that left him paralyzed from the chest down.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports investigators later concluded that Wilson intended for his wife to use her house key, while grabbing the handle, completing a circuit that would have sent a shock through her arms, chest and heart.
The Wethersfield Historical Society will display some of its seldom seen collection of playthings from the town's storied past alongside favorite items from present day community's attics and toy chests.
Colds can also cause some chest tightness, dizziness, and just all-over congestion.
Through making the sign of the cross with our right hand, crossing over heart and chest?
The targets were shot at close range and in direct angles in the chest or abdomen, the Journal review showed.
Many of the victims died from shots to the head and chest, according to a list of causes of death published by CNN affiliate KVVU.
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Origin and Etymology of chest
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of chest for Students
- tool chest
- treasure chest
- a community chest to benefit the needy
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