Definitions

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  • noun As much as a chest will hold

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Examples

  • Then he sucks in a chestful of air and starts blowing loudly.

    Camo Girl

  • General rank and a chestful of U.S. service ribbons.

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  • Then he sucks in a chestful of air and starts blowing loudly.

    Camo Girl

  • On the front page of the Rural Oneida Star was a photo of Mazurowski wearing a chestful of combat decorations, an enlisted surface warfare qualification pin and a Fleet Marine Force pin.

    BRIAN MAZUROSKI

  • How soon before we see this strutting nonentity in a faux-military uniform resplendent with gold braid and a chestful of self-awarded decorations?

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  • Then he sucks in a chestful of air and starts blowing loudly.

    Camo Girl

  • Then he sucks in a chestful of air and starts blowing loudly.

    Camo Girl

  • The customary chestful of medals will doubtless follow.

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  • He also displayed a chestful of medals he never earned, including two Purple Hearts and five Legion of

    Heroes or Villains?

  • He had a lustrous but well-maintained chestful of hair, because as the Son of God, He was bound to be hairy only in all the right places.

    i know i am, but what are you?

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