Chet

[chet]

Atkins

[at-kinz]
noun, plural At·kins for 2.
  1. ChesterChet, 1924–2001, U.S. country-and-western singer and musician.
  2. Tommy Atkins.
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Contemporary Examples of chet

Historical Examples of chet

  • Some few had launched themselves into the air, Chet saw when he turned.

    The Finding of Haldgren

    Charles Willard Diffin

  • Chet was telling himself this when the Commander's voice broke in harshly.

    The Finding of Haldgren

    Charles Willard Diffin

  • Each quiet, incisive word that Chet spoke was clearly heard.

    The Finding of Haldgren

    Charles Willard Diffin

  • Chet stared slowly about him at the magnificence of the tremendous room.

    The Finding of Haldgren

    Charles Willard Diffin

  • Nor did he search for one, since he could have no way of knowing that here was where Chet had gone.

    The Finding of Haldgren

    Charles Willard Diffin


British Dictionary definitions for chet

Atkins

noun
  1. Robert C . 1930–2003, US physician, cardiologist, and nutritionist. An advocate of complementary medicine, he devised a widely-used diet (the Atkins diet) based on controlled intake of carbohydrates for weight management and disease prevention
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