Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of bosom.

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Examples

  • Then she turned to him bussing and bosoming him and bending calf over calf, and said to him, “Put thy hand between my thighs to the accustomed place; so haply it may stand up to prayer after prostration.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • On the terrace was an unglazed clay amphora, its top bosoming outward from the base.

    The Summer of My Greek Tavérna

  • It stood near the brow of a bosoming hill, which sheltered it, both with wood and clevice, from the rigor and fury of the north and east; while in front the sloping foreground widened its soft lap of green.

    Erema — My Father's Sin

  • Then she turned to him bussing and bosoming him and bending calf over calf, and said to him, "Put thy hand between my thighs to the accustomed place; so haply it may stand up to prayer after prostration."

    Arabian nights. English

  • Across a two-mile expanse of water, Dorchester Heights, bosoming to the skies with luxuriant verdure, was at that time undisturbed by any habitation of man, save one small, rude building, where dwelt a fisherman and his wife, to whom we shall more particularly refer hereafter.

    Nix's Mate

  • Those whom you feared most are now bosoming themselves in the queen's grace; and though her highness signified displeasure in outward sort, yet did she like the marrow of your book.

    Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth

  • a bosoming hill, which sheltered it, both with wood and clevice, from the rigor and fury of the north and east; while in front the sloping foreground widened its soft lap of green.

    Erema

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