A box, now usually a large strong box with a secure convex lid. (noun)
A coffin. (noun)
The place in which public money is kept; a treasury. (noun)
A chest of drawers. (noun)
The portion of the human body from the base of the neck to the top of the abdomen; the thorax. Also the analogous area in other animals. (noun)
A hit or blow made with one's chest (the front of one's body). (noun)
To hit with one's chest (front of one's body) (verb)
Examples of word chest
Failing, however, on examination of the man's chest, to find any sign of counter-irritation of the skin, he was somewhat puzzled; but he soon learned from the mistress of the house, that having no _chest_ at hand, she had clapped the plaster on a large box in the corner of the sick-chamber.
[_By placing the patient on the chest the weight of the body forces the air out; when turned on the side this pressure is removed, and air enters the chest_.]
It is a matter of common experience, however, that in the utterance of tones of low pitch, whether speech tones or musical, the voice seems to come from the chest rather than from the head; and, in the utterance of tones of high pitch, on the other hand, it seems to come from the head rather than from the chest; so that all tones are said to belong either to the _lower_ or _chest register_, or to the
I've tried several different bags and vests and I have found that having the calls right in the center of your chest is the best spot for them for easy access and mobility.
Inspired by vintage printing blocks, this chest is a throwback to a bygone era, but it fits perfectly into our modern day desires for beautiful, eco-friendly design.