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bosomnoun [C usually sing]

us   /ˈbʊz·əm/
a woman’s breasts or the front of a person’s chest, esp. when thought of as the center of human feelings
The bosom of a group is the middle of it: He felt safe in the bosom of his family.
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bosomnoun [C usually singular]

uk   /ˈbʊz.əm/ us   /ˈbʊz.əm/
a woman's breasts: a large/ample bosom
literary the front of a person's chest, especially when thought of as the centre of human feelings: She held him tightly to her bosom. A dark jealousy stirred in his bosom.
bosomy
adjective uk   /ˈbʊz.əm.i/ us   /ˈbʊz.əm.i/
used to describe a woman with large breasts
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