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chesty

adjective A regionally popular adjective referring to sudden and often repetitive defence cough reflex, which helps clear the trachea and bronchioles;as in, a chesty cough.
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While he became the apple of many eyes, Chesty XIV was eyed with envy by the current mascot, Sgt.
The six products taken off open sale are: Asda Children's Chesty Cough Syrup, Boots Chesty Cough Syrup One Year Plus, Boots Sore Throat and Cough Linctus One Year Plus, Buttercup Infant Cough Syrup, CalCough Chesty and Bell's Children's Chesty Cough.
These All in One Relief products--such as those offered by Lemsip and Beechams--are able to tackle a whole range of ailments associated with colds and flu, such as sore throats= runny noses and chesty coughs, and they have much appeal.
Using her chesty lower range, the soprano reveals a soulful new sound and infuses a staggeringly wide range of songs with a disarming emotional vulnerability.
I hesitate to interrupt the victory laps, the chesty posing, the passing out of medals.
the uniform required of chesty video-game adventure girls.
We cheer and try to lose ourselves in borrowed pride, in these blind, chesty European nationalisms.
Many of their covers, year after year, were devoted to grinning Nazis, bespectacled Japanese officers, and cold North Koreans torturing, whipping, and dismembering chesty and chained American nurses--even more covers than were devoted to vicious attack trout.
Patton, Chesty Puller was ill suited to the peacetime establishment.
Both can be used in conjunction with the Chesty Puller chest harness.
A visit to the doctor's with a chesty cough turned into a two-week hospital stay for Cory, as he battled pneumonia.
Cough medicines can help to ease a troublesome cough that feels dry or tickly or itchy or a chesty cough.