having a broad, prominent chest or thorax.
Lester gave her a hug, and it smelled of the old days and the old Lester, the giant, barrel-chested pre-fatkins Lester.
Makers Cory Doctorow
Distorted, humpbacked and barrel-chested, it scuttled on reed-thin legs to Goat’s side.
Rebels of the Red Planet Charles Louis Fontenay
“Hello, Orville Potts,” said another long-armed, barrel-chested attendant.
A Thought For Tomorrow Robert E. Gilbert
Tee turned and saw a barrel-chested red-haired giant holding up a drink in the immemorial bar toast.
Faithfully Yours Lou Tabakow
The Phantom pointed a finger at a tall, barrel-chested man at the end of the line.
The Gray Phantom’s Return Herman Landon
One of them, barrel-chested and somewhat pompous in his manners, seemed to be a representative of the district attorneys office.
The Gray Phantom Herman Landon
It was wielded by a red-haired, red-bearded, barrel-chested giant whose blue-green eyes were as cold as death.
The Syndic C.M. Kornbluth
having a large rounded chest
having an outwardly rounded chest, like a barrel side
- Barrel cuff
a single cuff on a tailored sleeve, formed by a band of material and usually fastened by a button.
- Barrel distortion
a distortion produced by a lens in which the magnification decreases toward the edge of the field. noun (photog) distortion of an image produced by an optical system that causes straight lines at image margins to bulge outwards
- Barrel engine
an engine having cylinders arranged around and parallel to a shaft, which they rotate by means of the contact of their piston rods with a swash plate or cam on the shaft.
any of the bathypelagic fishes of the family Opisthoproctidae, especially Macropinna microstoma, having telescoping eyes.