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[ches-tid] /ˈtʃɛs tɪd/
having a chest of a specified kind (often used in combination):
broad-chested; barrel-chested.
Origin of chested
1400-50; late Middle English. See chest, -ed3
Related forms
unchested, adjective Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • He likened that of mammals, by comparison, to a hollow-chested grandfather clock.
  • One does have to be careful with a deep chested dog as you might want to size up.
  • But until now, readers were never presented bare-chested, with tattoos and spiked hair.
  • Scores of bikini-clad babes and bare-chested hunks downing drinks by the pool.
  • Your blatant racism is even worse than the fact that you are flat chested and ugly.
  • They include walking around bare-chested and bathing in fountains, even in the current heat.
  • By the end of this savage, hairy-chested spectacle, you're dead tired from trying not to think.
  • He was physically imposing, tall and barrel-chested, with an endearing hint of awkwardness.
  • He stood nearly six feet tall, was broad-shouldered, deep-chested and finely proportioned.
  • For instance another individual pictured on the array is bare-chested with visible tattoos and a chain around his neck.

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