falsie


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fals·ie

 (fôl′sē)
n. Informal
A piece of padding, usually one of a pair, worn inside the clothing to make a breast appear larger.

fals•ie

(ˈfɔl si)

n.
either of a pair of contoured pads of rubber, fabric, or the like worn inside a brassiere to make the breasts appear larger.
[1940–45; Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.falsie - padding that is worn inside a brassierefalsie - padding that is worn inside a brassiere
cushioning, padding - artifact consisting of soft or resilient material used to fill or give shape or protect or add comfort
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The first coat separates and lengthens and the second coat creates that voluminous falsie effect.
According to Sri Vellani, the woman behind Nano Nails, women's fashion choices should never be limited by a smartphone and she believes the microchipped falsie is the perfect solution, the Daily Mail reported.
Mitra's ballsy heroine, who lost an eye in childhood and now uses her hi-tech falsie as a camera to peer around corners, is emotionally untouched by her journey into the dead zone, and consequently so are we.
Mitra's ballsy heroine, who lost an eye in childhood and uses her hi-tech falsie as a camera to peer around corners, is emotionally untouched by her journey into the dead zone, and consequently so are we.
In the end, though, it was left to Lola - bubbly curls piled threefoot high - to sum up the 'girls' and their IQs, which were about as high as a saggy falsie.
Mitra's ballsy heroine, who lost an eye in childhood and uses her hi-tech falsie to peer around corners, is emotionally untouched by her journey into the dead zone, and so are we.
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While the queens lip-sync in full drag for their fictional audience, we also glimpse them offstage removing makeup, heels, and falsies.
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