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  • v  hide in one's bosom
    She bosomed his letters
  • v  squeeze (someone) tightly in your arms, usually with fondness
  • s  having a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds
    full-bosomed women
    the green-bosomed earth

  • Some of his music is pleasantly (and all the more pleasantly for being well sung) in the florid, full-bosomed tradition of operetta; while the best of it has real color and wit .
  • Mormon women walk with a high-bosomed and girdleless litheness which seems a little startling to visitors.
  • Could Songster Durbin hold her fans, who like to think of her as a wide-eyed child with a full-bosomed soprano, after that historic peck? For the thrilling ordeal Universal .

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