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noun as in box for storage

noun as in upper front of body

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Hold them to keep your hands warm, place them at the bottom of your bag to heat your feet, or stuff them into a chest pocket to warm your core.

Video showed the two shoving one another and Strickland accused Ujiri of hitting him “in the face and chest with both fists” while ignoring orders to stop trying to get to the floor.

If I get too warm, I take it off, pack it into its chest pocket—it squishes down to the size of an apple—and stuff it into my shorts pocket.

Every single one of these photos makes the center of my chest clench as I remember how I felt eating these things.

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The paper analyzes training loads for leg press, chest press, and pulldowns.

At St. Barnabas Hospital, Pellerano was listed in stable condition with wounds to his chest and arm.

Forty minutes later he says, ‘I think she may have chest injuries now.’

Couple guided Stella as she crawled and dipped her chest to pick up each magnet.

I received many bruises on my collarbones, neck, chest, and shoulders.

Once a month he attaches a device to his chest, clamps metal bracelets on his wrists, and hooks the whole thing up to a telephone.

He vowed he was taking even better care of himself than usual, but his chest is bad again.

He continued active till his 35th year, when he began to decline, and died of water in the chest.

He held the sabre lower, but the point was kept unwaveringly at the chest of his enemy; his teeth were set.

One baas was bigger than the other, and on his chest and on his body were pictures of birds, and beasts, and strange things.

On his chest was a great inkoos with one eye covered, and on his back a hut with trees growing straight up into the air from it.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chest, such as: trunk, bin, bureau, cabinet, carton, and case.

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