from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a bosom of a specified kind. Often used in combination: full-bosomed.
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- adj. Having a bosom (of a specified kind).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having, or resembling, bosom; kept in the bosom; hidden.
- adj. Having such a bosom.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds
Many a sweet-bosomed girl and bright-browed boy, poring over high-school textbooks, little dreams that I made that higher education possible by my corn demonstration at
Warm days came, and the sun drew another blaze from the free-bosomed earth.
At least, every financially stable man with a generously bosomed, beautiful wife and a couple adorable kids.
My sister is looking forward to Tekken 6, but AFAIK even in that game's large cast all the women are beautiful and generously bosomed but the men have a variety of appearances, with handsome ones but also ones that are old or fat.
Opening with a full bosomed woman, Grace Tranfield (Rachel Botchan) in a compromising position with a known philanderer Leonard Charteris (Bradford Cover) on a divan, this comedy replete with Shavian tropes on such forward thinking subjects as the sexes, the coy pleasures of friendship vs. marriage, the virtues and joylessness of vegetarianism, the dialogue could have been lifted from the pages of a lifestyle magazine.
Upon closer inspection it's an Alice in Wonderland orgy of amply bosomed ladies skipping through a garden of earthly delights.
Because the poem is broken up, page by page, and because children will want to linger over the colorful images of ptarmigans, penguins, roadrunners and grouse along with puffins, boobies, pigeons and a scarlet-bosomed frigatebird, this is a bedtime book that will require reading at least twice.
This book focuses on the story of a Seneca man named White Thunder and the mysterious, delicae, pale, slim, but amply bosomed white woman he finds unconscious on a large rock.
Count me as someone who likes the official version better than the younger looking but bigger bosomed fan edit.
Rachel Monterey was delicately made, unfashionably full-bosomed, but otherwise very small and slender.