from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a specified kind of chest. Often used in combination: large-chested; a white-chested horse.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a chest (with a specified quality).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having (such) a chest; -- in composition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a chest (of a specified kind): used chiefly in composition: as, broad-chested, narrow-chested.
- In archery, gradually decreasing in diameter from a point between the nock and the center to both ends: said of an arrow.
Substitute midfielder Ramires scored his first two international goals in the 52nd and in injury time, while Kaka chested in a cross in the
Substitute midfielder Ramires scored his first two international goals in the 52nd and in injury time, while Kaka chested in a cross in the 76th.
Therefore, instead of saying that a horse which struck a fence without rising at it, "chested" it, we should, on the contrary, say that he
I was the three-year-old tag-a-long sister with bows and ribbons in my hair and was as bare chested as they were.
The flat-chested“flapper” style of female physique declined in popularity, and the foundation undergarment industry experienced a period of dramatic growth.
Until he was sent off Torres was the brightest player, offering a display that was peppered with menacing movementand muscular surges, with the chested control of Mata's lob after 29 minutes only bettered by the pirouette and finish beyond Michel Vorm.
According to Tom Kington's enjoyable report in today's Guardian, the mayor is also threatening to fine blokes who walk around bare-chested, swear in the street, lie about on benches, walk dogs on leashes longer than two metres or play football between 10pm and 6am.
He is bare-chested and his once-powerful muscles saggingly expose a man well past his prime.
But somehow, one senses that Bobbio's finest will be keener to crack down on miniskirts that reveal a flash of knicker than on bare-chested lotharios hanging out with their dogs, footballs and swearwords.
Ferocious hand-to-hand combat, stunning scenery and Daniel Day-Lewis tearing through the forest, bare-chested like a force of nature.
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