/ (ˈtʃɪnlɪs) /
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having a receding chin
weak or ineffectual
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Words nearby chinless
Chin-Hsien, chinic acid, chink, chinkapin, chink in one's armor, chinless, chinless wonder, chin music, chino, chinoiserie, chinone
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How to use chinless in a sentence
"Take it over," said the chinless boy, who was a sport if nothing else.
I knew he would when I saw who was ahead of us—Colonel Jimmy and the chinless boy.
So perhaps these were the "chinless sunburnt men" whom Helen had espied one afternoon through the window.Howards End|E. M. Forster
His latest victim was a chinless youth from Poughkeepsie with money to burn and no fear of matches.
"That won't make me bust out cryin', Chinless," called the spotter derisively.The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon|Richard Connell