bosomed


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bos·omed

 (bo͝oz′əmd, bo͞o′zəmd)
adj.
Having a bosom of a specified kind. Often used in combination: full-bosomed.

bos•omed

(ˈbʊz əmd, ˈbu zəmd)

adj.
having a specified type of bosom: a full-bosomed garment.
[1640–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bosomed - having a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds; "full-bosomed women"; "the green-bosomed earth"
breasted - having a breast or breasts; or breasts as specified; used chiefly in compounds; "small-breasted"; "red-breasted sandpiper"
References in classic literature ?
Have I not described a pleasant site for a dwelling, when I speak of it as bosomed in hill and wood, and rising from the verge of a stream?
Towards the second evening she reached the irregular chalk table-land or plateau, bosomed with semi-globular tumuli--as if Cybele the Many-breasted were supinely extended there--which stretched between the valley of her birth and the valley of her love.
By that I mean paintings unburdened by tired narratives of found stains or pure pigment folded over metal rods like dish towels and unpopulated by interior-design schemata, kitschily bosomed bunny-types, or, worse, badly rendered Northern Renaissance stylings with winking anachronisms (alarm clocks, Foucault paperbacks), essentially caricatures less interesting than those found in Mad magazine.