Definition of chested
: having a chest of a specified kind —used in combination flat-chested
Recent Examples of chested from the Web
After soul searching and reading about women's rights, Covington summoned the courage to go to Washington, D.C., in June 2015 for a bare-chested outing.
The ultra-fit (and often bare-chested) Bermudez — a Moonlight veteran who continues to grow in vocal power and technique — easily navigates the tortuous score and never misses a note.
A Greek pop chanteuse stands center stage, singing a dramatic melody as a pair of bare-chested men dance and stomp in a large puddle.
In one ad, posted to YouTube shortly after his legal crisis began, the embattled lawyer parks his Rolls-Royce in front of his Abraham Lincoln statue and walks past a woman in an open-chested coat.
Estadio Chivas was rocking, red and white confetti fluttering in the evening air, bare-chested fans jumping and waving their shirts over their heads.
A lithe, bare-chested man danced erotically around another man swathed in a black burqa, prying apart the second man’s legs and removing a beach ball, a teddy bear and other objects and tossing them around the salon.
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