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  • s  marked by a large or well-developed chest
  • s  having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride
    chesty as a peacock

  • From and DLC president Bruce Reed then attacked the candidacy of Howard Dean (who, ironically, was something of an Al From doppelgngerchesty, mouthy and combative).
  • At the gun they started churning around the Garden boardsMaki, loping along with hands held low like a cross-country runnerchesty, short-legged Greg Rice showing that he .
  • A sense of aloofness has always been a Kerry problem"You shouldn't hold John's looks against him," former Senator Bob Kerrey once told meand Dean's chesty informality has .
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  • Jourdan Dunn’s Breasts ‘Too Big’ for Dior Couture
    Dior finally showed some diversity on their runway this season, skin color-wise, but physically their models were as skinny as ever. In fact, the sample sizes were so small that even Jourdan Dunn, who is by no means a chesty girl, couldn't fit her breasts into them. On Sunday she ... More »        
    July 2, 2013 - New York Magazine

  • Jane Goodall in Independent
    She had a completely different vocal quality to anything in American musical theatre before then,Goodall explains. "A clear, crisp, bell-like voice rather than the chesty 'Broadway belt' that was the sound of the musical at that time. It's...
  • Chesty Puller in The Guardian (blog)
    Their commander, Lieutenant Colonel "Chesty" Puller, describes their task as being the following: "Marines will do battle with Japs on tiny specks of land we've never heard of."
  • Karmichael Hunt in The Australian
    Swine flu is like your common flu, where your temperature fluctuates and your body feels cold when it's actually hot,Hunt said. "You have a fever. The cough is a bit chesty, which is no different to any normal flu. But the main difference...

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