Definition of Female chest
1. Noun. The chest of a woman.
Group relationships: Female Body
Generic synonyms: Chest, Pectus, Thorax
Derivative terms: Busty
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Literary usage of Female chest
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1. A Text-book of Human Physiology by Austin Flint (1888)
"This would account for the clear quality of the upper registers of the female voice as compared with the male voice or with the female chest-register. ..."
2. The Diaphragm and Its Functions: Considered Specially in Its Relation to by Joseph Moses Ward Kitchen (1885)
"The reasons for this increased motion in the clavicular region of the female chest are probably these: During gestation, the action of the diaphragm is much ..."
3. The Diseases of the Lungs by James Kingston Fowler, Rickman John Godlee (1898)
"The form of-the adult female chest (fig.) differs from that of the male, ... The female chest is, in civilised countries, often much modified in shape by ..."
4. The Philadelphia Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery edited by Nathan Ryno Smith (1827)
"Whenever the female chest is confined, it necessarily results that the diaphragm is called into increased and preternatural exercise. ..."
5. Lessons on the Human Body: An Elementary Treatise Upon Physiology, Hygiene by Orestes M. Brands (1883)
"SKELETON OF A WELL-FORMED female chest. By comparing the accompanying plan of a well-developed and naturally proportioned female chest, with the frightful ..."
6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1859)
"... it was found that, as a rule, the female chest exceeds, at birth, in circumference that of the male ; but without any greater capacity of lungs. ..."
7. Handbook of Birds of the Western United States: Including the Great Plains by Florence Merriam Bailey (1921)
"Young female: chest markings sometimes obsolete. Young, first plumage: upper parts brownish, gray below the surface ; wings with two buffy bars; ..."
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