All Noun
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  • He was not sure he had seen right until he discovered the chute. Cited from The Hidden Places, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • At the post-office she dropped all the letters but one into the chute. Cited from Lady Larkspur, by Meredith Nicholson
  • At times it seemed impossible to get them started into the narrow chute. Cited from The Killer, by Stewart Edward White
  • The second chute expanded toward the center of the aircraft near the fire.
  • The sharp-chute could be put together so it would not come apart.
  • I thought I had it made, but it just went down the chute. Cited from The Galaxy Primes, by Edward Elmer Smith
  • Before each question, a pair of face-up cards came down a chute.
  • He decided to turn him out - getting off of the bull when he left the chute.
  • Hildebrand moved his way down into the north short chute and down into turn four.
  • He walked up to the chute mouth now and looked about. Cited from The Hidden Places, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • The throw-out pilot chute is the most popular type in use today.
  • This is the most common situation where a chute is pressed into service.
  • These were thin water filled chutes that would run parallel to the river.
  • In turn three, the wheel came off and began rolling though the north short chute.
  • The small water tank was placed approximately from the end of the chute.
  • Her father follows her down the chute to save her.
  • At some tracks, this chute is longer, so that races can be run at as well.
  • They go out in the chutes and lie under a tree in the tunnel system.
  • Teams of three people then run to the chutes and saddle the horses.
  • Other modern features would include two high-speed elevators and a mail chute.
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Meaning of chute

  • noun Sloping channel through which things can descend
  • verb Jump from an airplane and descend with a parachute