from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The feelings, attitude, or manner of a ‘chesty’ person; defiant self-assertiveness on the part of an ignorant and pretentious person.


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  • It is odd that the "Barbie" image - with its usual "chestiness" - runs a distant second to the wiry thinness of the runway model with today's girl singers like Taylor Swift. Main RSS Feed

  • Maybe that was because he was a cavalryman and liked to strut, and he liked to see chestiness in his own people, right down to the last file.

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  • The chestiness of us as we take our key off left-hand hook 1075, ring up under the clock (twenty minutes early we are) and hang up on No. 1075 right; but it seems you are late if you are not ten minutes early.

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  • "But they're not showing any signs of chestiness," Saxon demurred.

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  • This tall, chestiness led to an unfortunate encounter with a student today.

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  • The trade-off of innocence for hubba hubba chestiness did wonders for my pubescence, but it was probably the beginning of the end of her film career.

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