from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A piece of padding, usually one of a pair, worn inside the clothing to make a breast appear larger.
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paddingworn inside a brassiereto make the breastsappear larger
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- noun padding that is worn inside a brassiere
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When she finished shooting I slipped it to her: “Here, your falsie fell out.”
Later, neither her surgeon nor anyone else at Memorial Hospital would give her the specific information she demanded on treatment or exercises to regain the use of her arm, when or how to resume sexual relations, or even how to shop for a “falsie.”
Getty Images Some restaurants have replaced 16-ounce pint glasses with 14 ouncers -- a type of glassware one bartender called a "falsie."
Not without this eyeliner and this mascara and these falsie eyelashes.
Everyone wants to be a $6 million dollar wo/man, more toxic chemical, falsie insets, and mechanical parts than flesh and blood.
I pulled out the dead plants and replaced them with a falsie I bought the other day, which means that half his plants are real and about half are fake.
We went to see the Jets, a two-man comedy-music team whose gags included passing through the audience, using the microphone as a “falsie detector.”
And you can just ignore the falsie-nipples worn underneath Joanna's semi-sheer bikini.
The mirror made it clear that a single falsie, or even two, didst not a woman make.
Standing on tiptoe, I tried on the falsie, first on my left side, then on the right, even in the middle, turning myself for a profile and three-quarter view.