Definition of Chesty

1. Adjective. Marked by a large or well-developed chest. "He was big-chested, big-shouldered and heavy-armed"

Exact synonyms: Big-chested
Similar to: Robust
Derivative terms: Chest



2. Adjective. Having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride. "Chesty as a peacock"
Exact synonyms: Arrogant, Self-important
Similar to: Proud
Derivative terms: Arrogance, Self-importance, Self-importance

Definition of Chesty

1. Adjective. (context: of a woman) Having large breasts; busty. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Chesty

1. proud [adj CHESTIER, CHESTIEST] : CHESTILY [adv] - See also: proud

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chesty

chestnut canker
chestnut oak
chestnut oaks
chestnut rail
chestnut rails
chestnut teal
chestnut teals
chestnut tree
chestnut trees
chestnutlike
chestnuts
chestnutty
chests
chests of drawers
chestsful
chesty (current term)
chetah
chetahs
cheth
cheths
chetnik
chetniks
chetotaxy
chetrum
chetrums
chetvert
chetverts
chevachie
chevachies
chevage

Literary usage of Chesty

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1. Select English Works of John Wyclif by John Wycliffe (1869)
"For who ever chesty him a state to lyve inne, and to serve God, but jif he trowe bat )>is state be betere to him and more siker, )>at man in bis ..."

2. Following the Sun-flag: A Vain Pursuit Through Manchuria by John Fox (1905)
"Once upon a time," said an American correspondent, as he leaned over the bar that night at the Imperial Hotel, " a chesty noble got gay, and remarked that ..."

3. The Book of Jack London by Charmian London (1921)
"And I was part of it, a chesty sea-rover along with all these other chesty sea-rovers among the paper houses of Japan." Many pictures he remembered, ..."

4. An Open Door for Singers: Hints to Vocalists by Reinhold Ludwig Herman (1912)
"... of her "chesty" voice—cannot have used her organ wrongly. She did not— then. My pupils may remember having frequently heard me use the term "chesty. ..."

5. The Triumph of the Man who Acts, and Other Papers by Edward Earle Purinton (1916)
"Never mind if somebody calls out " chesty." Napoleon was chesty. And he conquered while he stayed so. In the breath-box lies power. Get it out. 4. ..."

6. Junction: Mild Adventure for the Armchair Ruralists by Vic Campbell (1992)
""chesty" Puller, the Marine General at the scene of destruction—and one of the oldest Marines in ... "chesty" said, "That's the best news we've had all day. ..."

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