Chesty [adjective]

Definition of Chesty:

brave, unafraid

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Sentence/Example of Chesty:

Thirdly, once they have established a reputation for themselves they become so chesty that they stop short of nothing.

I have noticed that you are inclined to be a little chesty and starchy around the office.

He felt pretty chesty to think that he had rescued a maiden, only he didn't know what to do with her, now that he had saved her.

I've struck a new scheme, and I need a good chesty talker like you to push it through for me.

"An' he's purty chesty," said Jake, following up Foley's cue with a grin.

"Don't get too chesty, Hi," objected one of the outside dozen from the North Grammar.

The girls shrieked, the boys let out great chesty whoops of pure animal delight.

And if you'll believe it them gobblers was struttin' around as chesty as if they hadn't lost a feather.

I felt awfully relieved and chesty somehow when it was done and with her good news ringing in my ears.

He always thought that, so long as a fellow didn't get "chesty" and kept his head from swelling, he was all right.