|hope chest||bottom drawer|
|(Anatomy) of or pertaining to the diaphragm (partition separating the chest cavity from the abdomen)||diaphragmatic|
|accumulation of fluid in the chest (Medicine), fluid in pleural cavity||hydrothorax|
|aim or goal, aspiration, hope, desire for success||ambition|
|air in the pleural cavity, air in the chest cavity (Medicine), presence of air in pleural cavity||pneumothorax|
|allow opponent something in baseball, devote yourself to something, give way, concede, stop trying; despair of, hand over somebody or something, lose hope for good outcome, reveal information, stop using or doing something, surrender||give up|
|alternative for coffin, coffin; box, chest, fancy box||casket|
|anticipation of something happening, expectancy, expected standard, hope, longing or waiting for, notion of something, prospects for the future||expectation|
|any bird with reddish feathers on its chest (esp. a robin); species of freshwater sunfish native to the eastern United States, bird with red chest, fish with red belly||redbreast|
|any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.), curved bone of chest, install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of, knit plain and purl sti...||rib|
|arc of bands of color, bow, bright multicolored sight, colorful arc seen in the sky after a rainstorm (caused by sunlight shining through water droplets suspended in the air), false hope, multicolored arc in sky, varied assortment, with many different ...||rainbow|
|Ark, Ark of the Testimony, chest containing Ten Commandments||Ark of the Covenant|
|arm of starfish, beam of energy, beam of light, beam; flicker, gleam; trace or hint of something (i.e. ray of hope), bright streak from lunar crater, emit light, extend in lines, flat fish, half-line, line extending from point||ray|
|armor covering chest, armor for the front of the torso, Jewish priestly garment||breastplate|
|as last resort, awful, beyond hope, despairing, extreme, hopeless, despairing; dangerous, violent; terrible, bad, in great need||desperate|
|Bartolomeu Dias (c1450-1500), Portuguese explorer who discovered the Cape of Good Hope||Dias|
|be going to have a baby, confidently believe, demand something as a right or duty, hope, anticipate; assume, wait for an anticipated thing||expect|
|be supportive of somebody, foster something, give somebody hope or courage to, inspire, give hope||encourage|
|become despondent or discouraged, become depressed, despondency, depression, melancholy, give up hope, hopelessness||despond|
|behave ingratiatingly, flatter in the hope of gaining favor, fawn upon, flatterer, sycophant, parasite, somebody servile and ingratiating, toadeater||toady|
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