Definition of Chestily
1. chesty [adv] - See also: chesty
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Literary usage of Chestily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
"If California can make so favorable a showing in an exceptionally adverse year, is there not good reason for the chestily boastful, irrepressibly optimistic ..."
2. Working with the Working Woman by Cornelia Stratton Parker (1922)
"Told her rather chestily I could kick 2000 times an hour. "That all? You ought to do much more than that!" Between 11 and 12 I worked as I had never worked. ..."
3. Theological Monthly by Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod (1922)
"At the conference in 1911 Allard said very chestily that he desired to hear no more about his having given his approval to ..."