centerfold centerfold  /ˈsɛn tər ˌfoʊld/


  • (n) a magazine center spread; especially a foldout of a large photograph or map or other feature


  1. In January 1955 she was also the 13th model to grace the centerfold of a new slick magazine called Playboy.
  2. But as arrests mounted, so did four-letter words in Avatar, reaching a culmination of a sort in a centerfold consisting of four familiar obscenities in yellow, 2-in.
  3. Rising from the sea in a white bikini, Honey was a Playboy centerfold in smooth motion.


  1. Sean Hannity Defends His Show's Ratings in Playboy Interview

    Playboy magazine sat down with Fox News’ Sean Hannity for an interview this month. Though Hannity may not be centerfold material just yet, he did get a little touchy when the subject of his ratings was brought up. Fox News, like most major news networks, has taken a hit with this year’s ratings compared to last year’s, which were uncharacteristically high because of election coverage. But Sean ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

  2. Playboy centerfold pleads guilty to transporting illegal immigrant boyfriend in Northern New York

    Colleen Shannon, a 2004 centerfold, goes by the title "world's sexiest DJ."
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Post-Standard


  1. "Palin would make a great centerfold," said Hefner, still the greatest man who's ever lived, even if he doesn't realize he's talking about a potential world leader. "I don't know what it is, but there's something about a really sexy-looking...
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Hugh Hefner Source: Inside Bay Area

  2. "There's no doubt that she has been a phenomenon:I mean, as somebody who used to be on the cover of Time and Newsweek, those were the days," Obama said, sparking laughter. "I had a recent offer with Popular Mechanics, centerfold with a...
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog)

  3. "We weren't the centerfold, but that's all right," Sutton said. "I think we realized what our role was, and that was -- don't get us so far behind that the offense can't catch it up. In that regard, it was a joy pitching for that ballclub. If...
    on Aug 14, 2007 By: Don Sutton Source:

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