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  • n. Plural form of centrefold.

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Examples

  • It is routine to mock the efforts of men when they participate in these Ideal Woman composites, since the result so often resembles crazed Playboy centrefolds, who look as though they might, against expectations, actually have a bunny boiling away in a saucepan somewhere.

    David Cameron, shame on you, for this 'brave' attack on nurses | Barbara Ellen

  • At a party to mark Playboy's 25th anniversary, Hefner thanked the assembled centrefolds by saying: "Without you, I would be publishing a literary magazine."

    Hugh Hefner in six volumes

  • Men find theaverage shape of the girl-next-door more appealing than the ‘perfect’ proportions of models and centrefolds, a study found.

    Men Prefer “The Girl Next Door” Look | Impact Lab

  • They then compared the most attractive torsos with the vital statistics of eight groups of women, including models, Playboy centrefolds and normal members of the population.

    Men Prefer “The Girl Next Door” Look | Impact Lab

  • Have you seen some of the centrefolds in the "Spring Cammy" edition of Soldier of Fortune magazine?

    Balkinization

  • 'He hadn't eaten so we order up a couple o' big steaks and we're sitting there drinking champagne an 'eating steak an' chatting to these birds what look like Playboy centrefolds, except not thick, no way, all workin 'their way through college, you know, really classy birds.

    High Society

  • The former SA Defence Force tried to "reprogramme" gay recruits through the use of electric shock treatment and Playboy centrefolds, according to a submission due to be presented at the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But times they are a-changing if the centrefolds of girlie magazines are anything to go by.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Byars 'office was like the back room of a dirty bookshop, its walls apparently held together by nude calendars and centrefolds.

    Strip Jack

  • Hugh Hefner, the founder and flamboyant publisher of the magazine best known for nude centrefolds, has agreed a deal that values the business at

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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