deep-chested deep-chested


  • (adj) thick in the chest


  1. When the deep-chested young singer from County Limerick had finished his arias and folk songs, the room clattered with applause.
  2. But they very plainly keep children from becoming as broad and deep-chested and as bigheaded as they should be.
  3. The deep-chested foxhounds are descendants of the hunting packs of Peel's time.
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