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  • n  a low-cut neckline on a woman's dress

  • I'm expecting European paparazzi, women with Sharpies offering their decolletage, or at least furtive glances from other shoppers.
  • She dresses according to the Joan Collins Dynasty handbook, complete with diamonds and decolletage.
  • Serene, reticent, sloe-eyed Mary Lou Williams was not selling a pretty face, or a ow decolletage, or tricksy swinging of Bach or Chopin.

  • Janet Maslin in Los Angeles Times
    New York Times movie critic Janet Maslin wrote that Montalban, "with his fierce profile, long white hair, manful decolletage and space-age jewelry looks like either the world's oldest rock star or its hippest Indian chief."

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