Idioms about chestnut
Origin of chestnut
OTHER WORDS FROM chestnutchestnutty, adjective
Words nearby chestnut
How to use chestnut in a sentence
Whether we’ll be drinking soda sweetened with chestnut syrup anytime soon remains to be seen.Mixing trees and crops can help both farmers and the climate|Jonathan Lambert|July 14, 2021|Science News
Molly was a chestnut saddlebred, prone to shying and taking off at a gallop and pinning her ears and snapping at other horses.Navigating the World with a Terrible Sense of Direction|awise|July 12, 2021|Outside Online
They say that whatever you’re doing on New Year’s is what you’ll be doing for the rest of the year, and in the case of The Circle, that chestnut proved spookily accurate.
Along the way, Amar delivers brilliant chestnuts of interpretation, arguing for instance that revolutionary Americans experimented with ideas that anticipated some elements of the British dominion system.How a decades-long conversation shaped the young United States|Kenneth Mack|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
Spoiler: you may think twice before getting another Grande Chestnut Praline Latte.
Chestnut was last, carried on a yellow chariot through a sea of adoring fans.
Joey Chestnut nearly lost his seven-year grip on the craziest, wildest, most awesome competitive eating experience in the world.
After topping Chestnut numerous times this season, and based on his early pace it looks like David might actually trump Goliath.
The animal was so underfed that his ribs were showing under his lusterless chestnut coat.
Alas, its colour was other than the deep chestnut bronze of Georgie Haggard's.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Jess' chestnut hair was long and silky and nicely braided, but she never murmured as it came off too.
As it was, he could not resist opening one eye the slightest crack to see the bright chestnut hair as it passed out of sight.
"Hal" and "Teddy" and "Chestnut" are very tired for they have been pulling the plough, the wagon, or doing some farm work all day.
The three happy children could see them way up in the old chestnut tree over on the edge of their neighbour's wood.
British Dictionary definitions for chestnut
- a reddish-brown to brown colour
- (as adjective)chestnut hair
Word Origin for chestnut
Other Idioms and Phrases with chestnut
see old chestnut.