having a chest of a specified kind (often used in combination): broad-chested; barrel-chested.

1400–50; late Middle English. See chest, -ed3

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chest (tʃɛst)
1.  a.  the front part of the trunk from the neck to the bellyRelated: pectoral
 b.  (as modifier): a chest cold
2.  informal get something off one's chest to unburden oneself of troubles, worries, etc, by talking about them
3.  a box, usually large and sturdy, used for storage or shipping: a tea chest
4.  Also: chestful the quantity a chest holds
5.  rare
 a.  the place in which a public or charitable institution deposits its funds
 b.  the funds so deposited
6.  a sealed container or reservoir for a gas: a wind chest; a steam chest
Related: pectoral
[Old English cest, from Latin cista wooden box, basket, from Greek kistē box]

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Example sentences
He likened that of mammals, by comparison, to a hollow-chested grandfather
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.
They include walking around bare-chested and bathing in fountains, even in the
  current heat.
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