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 (bo͝ob′ē, bo͞ob′ē)
n. pl. bub·bies Slang
A woman's breast.

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n, pl -bies
slang a woman's breast
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Bubby has a grand outdoors habitat as his new home, complete with a puddle pond (desert tortoises can't swim).
Owners: John Barney, Craig Chesson, Hazel Kemp & David Redmile 3 Bubby McCoy Paul Young He's in great form and I'm delighted with how he's come out of the semi-final.
Nikki Galrani is Ramya, a college-going, bubby young woman who has great expectations from her love life.
My grandmother, called Bubby by people who she wasn't even related to, used to grate the potatoes by hand for her latkes, the traditional potato pancakes of Chanukah.
Bad Boy Bubby has been called everything form an uplifting work of genius to a horrible exploitation film.
Enjoy a glass of bubby on arrival followed by a fivecourse dinner with accompanying wines for PS50 per person - go on they are worth it
Mogen David, the winery, also produces slightly higherend vintages preferred by my Bubby, along with lots of other people's Bubbies, which she serves in teeny-tiny fairy glasses for Passover and Rosh Hashanah, two of the only three holidays she observes--all depressing.
Among them there's her over-opinionated Bubby Dora, a comically prissy fashion designer and an approvalseeking clown who livens up a seance.
The wine varietals include Malbec, Sauvignon Blanc, Sweet Red, Bubbly Chardonnay, Bubby Moscato and Bubbly Pinot Grigio.
The two helpless parents were unable to calm her until they bought her load of toys from world famous store FAO Schwartz and took her to luxurious food eatery Bubby, reported Contactmusic.
Also included in sale is another retail internet company which is Bubby my Buddy which is inflatable plush toys.