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  • What my Lancastrian compatriots called "broad-chested". - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Belafonte, tall and broad-chested, stood a head taller than most of the crowd, his face stern and his eyes shielded by big sunglasses.

    Burial for a King

  • Barrel or pigeon chests shouldn't wear shawl collars for fear of looking like the aforementioned bird; on the ├╝ber-broad-chested, a single-breasted suit avoids the mafia vibe; skinny and tall look more pulled-together in double-breasted.

    The Black and White on Black Tie

  • He was broad-chested, powerfully muscled, of far more than ordinary size, and his neck from head to shoulders was a mass of bristling hair -- to all appearances a full-blooded wolf.


  • For muscle, he relies on his partner Mr. Craft, a tall, broad-chested former professional wrestler known as "Rockin 'Randy."

    Cries of 'Hey, That's My Jet!' Don't Deter High-End Repo Men

  • Crunching numbers comes naturally for Lore, a broad-chested former track star who would mine reams of statistics before drafting his fantasy baseball team. Rocks Online Retailing

  • A black-haired bear of a man, broad-chested and powerfully built, with a square-jawed face and strong, solid bones.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • Stern, broad-chested corrections officers with skinny legs wore sunglasses, guarding the outside of the rusting, gray building.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • They could not afford a tractor, but even if they could, they would have chosen the horses Velma had named Hank and Hap, the two broad-chested, heavy-hocked bay geldings pulling in tandem, as imperfectly wedded humans so rarely did.

    Come Again No More

  • Tall, broad-chested, and as dark-haired as the night, he filled the large arched doorway.

    Much Ado About Marriage


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