One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a woman) having large breasts.‘teens who admire full-breasted magazine models’
large-breasted, big-breasted, heavy-breasted, bosomy, large-bosomed, big-bosomed, full-bosomedView synonyms
- ‘The presence of a few full-breasted women echoes the reproductive metaphor of an Africa full of nature's bounty, fertile and ready for harvest.’
- ‘High on his left shoulder there rode a large tattoo of a full-breasted, two-tailed Greek mermaid.’
- ‘The woman most prized by Tenniel was Britannia, whom he depicted as a full-breasted Pallas Athene dressed either in armour or a soft Grecian robe and wielding a two-handed sword.’
- ‘His collection includes thousands of items, but some of the most extraordinary will not go on display now, including a statue of a full-breasted Aphrodite in a diaphanous gown, images of other ancient deities and oil lamps featuring menorahs.’
- ‘Do buy an under wire style if you are full breasted and need firmer support.’
- ‘They also try (and mostly fail) to land that most elusive of creatures: the full-breasted North American bimbo.’
- ‘Britannia gazes at the viewer from the centre of the group: an armed, helmeted, full-breasted warrior-matriarch.’
- ‘Against a brown backdrop, a fair-skinned, full-breasted women in black hugs her child.’
- ‘The strategic marketing plan behind this full-breasted nymphet is so ingeniously crafted and so flawlessly executed, she has captured a diverse audience like no other.’
- ‘I've been told that I was a receptive baby, used to being gathered abruptly into the arms of this delighted, full-breasted woman.’
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