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
Authorities responded to the 1700 block of West Diamond Street shortly before 10 p.m. and found the 21-year-old man in a bedroom of the apartment, suffering from gunshot wounds to the chest, groin and forearm.
Rashes had spread to her scalp, neck, chest, shoulders, back and arms.
Another bullet fractured her occipital bone, near the base of her neck, and the third struck the upper chest, the report said.
Reb Berish began to pound his chest, which was covered with a fringed garment.
The air bags, which sit about a foot from a driver's chest, have a 50-50 chance of exploding in a fender bender.
Also prohibited: Weapons, pets, baby strollers (may be checked at gate), ice chests, recreational wheels (scooters, skateboards, etc.), video cameras, drones and smoking.
Never one to shy away from a bold beauty statement, Bella went all-out with her look with triangular designs adorning each eye as well as her chest, giving a flash-tattoo effect.
As Lynn tried to navigate through the crowd holding the panicked dog against her chest, both of her shoulders became partially dislocated.
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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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