Pertaining to, or having, a chine, or backbone; used in composition.(adjective)
Broken in the back.(adjective)
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Use "chined" in a sentence
"If you turn the first one upside down you get a pointy chined laughing man with a weird haircut, so the cake is scary from both sides of the table."
"Not just Labour ones,I am more worried about weak chined men than good feminists."
"They were of all kinds, — gray, black, white, scarabaeus-colored: some were shot with gold, some spangled, some chined; some were double-breasted and crossed like a shawl, others were straight in the collar; some had turned-over collars, some buttoned up to the top with gilt buttons."