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(of a woman) having large breasts.‘a large-breasted sex symbol’
big-breasted, full-breasted, heavy-breasted, bosomy, large-bosomed, big-bosomed, full-bosomedView synonyms
- ‘Most of the people have come for the purpose of drinking a virtual river of tequila and ogling the large-breasted women who will take part in the Wet T-Shirt Contest.’
- ‘My mother was once in a restaurant with a table full of men being served by a large-breasted waitress.’
- ‘It's always been a joke that the Victoria's Secret catalogue has fewer women buyers than men, who are lured by the gaggle of large-breasted supermodels flaunting sexy underwear.’
- ‘If the large-breasted floozy in her designer duct-tape bustier can get attention, then why can't I?’
- ‘Large-breasted, narrow-waisted women have the highest reproductive potential, according to a new study.’
- ‘There is some dancing, and a job-lot of large-breasted and scantily clad women are cavorting around with their consorts.’
- ‘She plays his perky, large-breasted blonde girlfriend Mindi.’
- ‘Are there any places that sell fancy lingerie for the overly large-breasted women?’
- ‘In his later books incredibly beautiful and large-breasted women fall in love with old science professors repeatedly.’
- ‘The cafe employs only attractive large-breasted women as waitresses.’
- ‘I come from a long line of large-breasted women.’
- ‘Like blondes, the large-breasted are pegged as dumb.’
- ‘He was seen smiling as a large-breasted woman in a Hustler T-shirt inched her bosom toward his skinny face.’
- ‘The number of large-breasted women in low-cut tops and tight skirts is telling of the audience at which the game is aimed.’
- ‘It is possible that in large-breasted women the force of gravity could stretch the ligaments that hold breast tissue in place.’
- ‘He also sculpts figures of large-breasted, rotund women.’
- ‘Round-hipped, large-breasted women danced down the way with their arms wrapped round men skinny as dingos.’
- ‘A large-breasted woman tried to bribe the police with wads of cash hidden in her bra.’
- ‘Apart from strap-related pain, many females, particularly large-breasted women, are restricted from participating in physical activity due to exercise-induced breast pain.’
- ‘Jennifer considered that she had all the necessary physical attributes to do this job - she was young, pretty, large-breasted, not overweight and had long hair.’
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