from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To put into a chest.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To put into a chest; keep in or as if in a chest.


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  • Fry ran a 13 brake horsepower, diesel-converted-to-spark engine with a spark plug gas of .008 inchest/.20 mm, which had to be regapped every two weeks.

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  • Tell my boy Max I send my love. * sniff* inches, not inchest.

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  • Teehee, tough guy. how about the time mine put a real mouse in their food bowl? or when they put a real mouse under the microwave cart so when i laid on the floor with the yardstick to fish their toy mice out i slid the dead one within 2 inchest of my face?

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  • A large copper ball (eight inchest in dikmeter) fixid on an infolating ftand, was placed exadly at half an iiirmance.

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