from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having large breasts.
- adj. Having large genitals. Used of a male.
- adj. Having a large endowment or amount of money.
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- adj. Having a substantial income, wealthy.
- adj. Having a significant measure of a natural gift or ability.
- adj. Having large breasts or buttocks.
- adj. Having a large penis.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
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In the United States, well-endowed pinup girls, including Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe, donned eye-popping bikinis for photo shoots.
In one of the better TV comebacks in recent years, LeBlanc, who was nominated three times for Friends, audaciously satirized himself and the biz as a self-absorbed and well-endowed sleazebag.
Pompeian society famously had its licentious side—not without humor—and some naughty bits are here too, including outrageously well-endowed satyrs and an amazing flying phallus with dangling bronze bells.
The former America's Got Talent judge will play Dondo, a well-endowed former porn star who is now making major coin by producing sleazy girl-on-girl adult films.
For the well-endowed, there's Anna Nicole Smith 's leopard-print number from the 1994 film "The Hudsucker Proxy."
Clients are greeted by a green metal sculpture of a well-endowed woman with bright blue hair.
Lesson learned: If you're not naturally well-endowed, just pad that bulge with a sock!
Beyond that, Mr. Jones is the most well-endowed vocally and theatrically; nearly every ending is a big one, allowing him to show off his Olympian chops.
A small group of elite, well-endowed colleges have resisted merit aid, awarding aid solely for need.
How about a scathing satire about the world of network TV in which the actor would play a well-endowed version of himself that's not really like himself at all?