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noun as in breast

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noun as in heart; core

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Soon I was in the safe bosom of emergency care, slipping in and out of consciousness as a nurse gently dabbed the blood from my face.

That will be the moment of reckoning for the monarchy—and if the institution continues to find sanctuary in the bosom of the right-wing establishment, then it may not survive in its current form.

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“Ist kalt, ist kalt,” she said and rolled the can across her generous, bare bosom as if to show me how chilly and refreshing it would be while simultaneously making sure it wasn’t.

When these topics are breached, you won’t have to pretend you got a text alert to go pick up your prescription at Target, springing away from the bosom of the family like a popped bra strap.

Close by, a fat woman was holding a small brown-and-white dog to her bosom.

Even after she left its barbed bosom, it did its best to further excommunicate and sideline her.

Although he “returned to the bosom of my family after the nightmare years,” he often thought about his fallen comrades.

Arriving in Boston was like landing upon the bosom of serenity from the derangement of a war zone.

With Mofaz folding himself back into the bosom of the Likud, it is hard to see just what change is getting started.

They are so rich in harmony, so weird, so wild, that when you hear them you are like a sea-weed cast upon the bosom of the ocean.

You will follow the suite of my daughter to Spain, and you will become the bosom Counsellor of the wife of your Prince?

There were those who saw him lying on the ground, still in death, his bosom drenched in blood.

He was Honour's self, till he brought the serpent to his bosom, in the shape of his perfidious son.

At this part of Lorenzo's narrative, a cry, unutterable in words, burst from the engloomed but steadfast bosom of his auditor.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bosom, such as: bust, chest, teats, and rib cage.

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