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
In addition to the burns on her face and scalp, Henderson suffered first- and second-degree burns on her chest, arms and stomach.
Immediately, though, Williams broke back at love to end it, smiling widely and placing her left fist on her chest when Goerges’s last shot landed long.
Young’s passes make Curry’s high-risk dishes look like 1950s two-handed chest passes.
Melrose Park resident Eduardo Moreno, 31, stopped briefly to watch the protest, placing a sticker on his chest.
But as of this weekend, the internet is transfixed on his most recent addition: A special-someone's eyes inked on his chest.
In general, when tuberculosis is diagnosed in a remote village, the patient needs to get a chest X-ray.
On his chest is a vintage Hornets jersey; on his head is a golden crown, studded with teal diamonds.
To put Haiti on my chest is great and is making my family proud.
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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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