Chest (noun)

  1. The part of the body between the neck and the abdomen, where the ribs enclose the heart and lungs.
  2. A large box with a lid, used for storage or transportation.
  3. A large strong box, typically made of wood, used for storing valuables.

Origin:

Old english cest, of germanic origin; related to dutch kist and german kiste.

Examples:

  1. He had a pain in his chest.
  2. She put her clothes in the chest.
  3. The chest was filled with gold and jewels.
  4. The chest was used for storage.
  5. The chest was used to transport goods on a ship.
Some random words: whore, howitzer, dacha