- having a chest of a specified kind (often used in combination): broad-chested; barrel-chested.
Origin of chested
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This, in itself, is conducive to vitality as compared with the flat- chested attitude.Vitality Supreme
The “bob-tail” diminishes from the pile to the nock; the “chested” tapers from the middle to the pile.
Accordingly, in practice, the chested arrow has always a tendency to fly to the left.The Theory and Practice of Archery
The Lincolnshire horse had chested the further bank, and of course had fallen back into the stream.Phineas Finn