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Now Out: Essay 1858 on 顎 (chin; jaw)

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See what the idioms "to put out one's chin" and "dried-out jaw" really represent, and discover chin/jaw expressions that mean "to push someone around" and "all expenses paid." Learn terms for "beard," "double chin," "cleft chin," "protruding chin," "jawbone," and "TMJ." Also find out how to say, "His beard made him look 10 years older" and "I hit him once on the chin.”


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