Noun(1) the protruding part of the lower jaw(2) Kamarupan languages spoken in western Burma and Bangladesh and easternmost India
Verb(1) raise oneself while hanging from one's hands until one's chin is level with the support bar
(1) each boy must chin a bar four times(2) He had a slightly pointed chin , and flecks of stubble grew there.(3) Glancing down the hallway, he rubbed his chin thoughtfully then tapped out another set of numbers.(4) She leaned her elbows on the windowsill, resting her chin in her hands.(5) The victim suffered severe cuts to the upper lip, lower lip, the chin and into his neck.(6) He yelled, while he stroked his pointy chin with his clawed right hand.(7) Her face was delicately formed with a thin, shapely nose and a slightly pointed chin .(8) The King took the paper and began reading it, scratching his bearded chin .(9) He had brown eyebrows and some brown facial growth on his chin and around his mouth.(10) Ant cupped his chin in his palm as he sized up his brother.(11) His fingertips brushed my chin as out our mouths collided, and passionately we kissed under the stars.(12) I lifted his chin with a finger and he stared reluctantly into my eyes.(13) She walked over, encircled her arms about his waist, and propped her chin on his shoulder.(14) he looked about ready to chin someone(15) In trying on the helmet, you must hold it by the chin straps.(16) Coby lightly rubbed his chin on my shoulder when a laugh peeled out.
(1) square chin :: kvadrat Chin
1. mentum ::
Different Formschin, chines, chinese, chinless, chins, cochin
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