BREAST, noun brest.
1. The soft, protuberant body, adhering to the thorax, which, in females, furnishes milk for infants.
His breasts are full of milk. Job 21:24.
2. The fore part of the thorax, or the fore part of the human body between the neck and the belly.
3. The part of a breast which answers to the breast in man. This, in quadrupeds, is between the fore legs, below the neck.
4. Figuratively, the heart; the conscience; the disposition of the mind; the affections; the seat of the affections and passions.
5. Formerly, the power of singing.
BREAST, verb transitive brest. To meet in front; to oppose breast to breast