chin chin  /ˈtʃɪn/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the protruding part of the lower jaw
  2. (n) Kamarupan languages spoken in western Burma and Bangladesh and easternmost India
  3. (v) raise oneself while hanging from one's hands until one's chin is level with the support bar

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. He then injects a filler fluid called hyaluronic acid into her nose and chin and pinches them into shape.
  2. Gradually, as the silicone shifted, her whole face began to sag and her chin withered.
  3. The slight hardening of a soft smile and a lift of the chin transformed her from Gauguinesque to Egyptian.

News

  1. Jennifer Connelly Chops Off Hair—See Her New Bob!

    Short and not so sweet! Jennifer Connelly debuted an edgy new 'do this week. While out in New York City the actress showed off an above-the-chin length, which was a surprising change...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: E! Online

  2. Santa Cruz SPCA Pet of the Week: Royal dog wants to join your court

    Bogie, a beautiful Japanese Chin, is waiting for a palace to call his own.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel

  3. Kevin M. Chin joins Keeley Asset Management Corp. to be appointed as a Co-Portfolio Manager of the Keeley Mid Cap ...

    CHICAGO, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Keeley Asset Management Corp. (KEELEY), investment adviser to the KEELEY Funds, announced today the hiring of veteran investment professional Kevin M. Chin.  Mr. ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

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Quotes

  1. "Par is irrelevant on a day like this," said Craig Parry, who hit the first shot of the tournament and struggled to a 77. "You can only laugh and take it on the chin. The golf course is going to win."
    on Jul 17, 2008 By: Craig Parry Source: Forbes

  2. "Having won the tournament, he can take the moral high round and say what he wants," Harrington said of Woods. "Having lost the tournament, I'm going to sit back and just . . . take it on the chin and say it was my mistake."
    on Aug 11, 2009 By: Padraig Harrington Source: Washington Post

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