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
The comic posted a picture of herself smiling in a kitchen, nearly naked save for nude-colored underwear and a dog in a hot dog costume covering her chest.
One of the huge humpbacks rolled over on its back and the 180-kilogram seal was swept up onto its chest between the whale’s massive flippers.
When Leaf shoved the obsidian dagger into the chest of one of the First Men nearly 12,000 years ago, the Night King was born.
The boy had been shot in the chest, according to a police media notification.
In it, Willow is seen on the kitchen counter while Pink's youngest is strapped to the her chest, eyeing the veggies sizzling on the stove.
The younger man allegedly fired at least two shoots, which hit his father in the chest.
Anyway, thanks, Vanity Fair, for letting me get this off my chest.
According to Elamin, she was questioned extensively about her research and the political situation in Sudan, patted down in her chest and groin areas, and briefly handcuffed and taken to a 24-hour holding area—
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Origin and Etymology of chest
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
CHEST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chest for English Language Learners
: a container (such as a box or case) for holding things or moving them from place to place
: the front part of the body between the neck and the stomach
CHEST Defined for Kids
Definition of chest for Students
- tool chest
- treasure chest
- a community chest to benefit the needy
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