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The side part of a woman’s breast, as exposed by a revealing item of clothing.‘the figure-hugging creation showed off plenty of side boob’
- ‘The 33-year-old wore a tangerine satin gown which showed a hint of sideboob.’
- ‘On stage she made several costume changes, including a draped white dress that revealed some side boob.’
- ‘Still, we can't help but wonder: Is the side boob here to stay?’
- ‘With the amount of sideboob on show these days in Hollywood, we're worried that bra manufacturers may be bankrupt by the end of the year.’
- ‘The side boob is a little distracting.’
- ‘The 33-year-old brunette chose to go bra-less and flashed enough side boob to catch anyone's attention.’
- ‘Forget the tight dresses and the sideboob - this might be her best look yet!’
- ‘She kept the look classy by ensuring there was not an inch of side-boob in sight.’
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