bust[ buhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF bust
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Some called him Tom Sawyer the Traveler, and that just swelled him up fit to bust.
When she took off her vail, she displayed a bust of the most attractive beauty.
Then I undertook the bust of my young sister Rgina, who had, alas!
It is a bust half life-size, showing the two hands and the forearms.
Posed for his bust while suffering with a bad attack of dyspepsia.
The waist, the bust, the delicate arms, the whole appearance is feminine!
I'd like for one thing to have a bust of her mother in my study—that would be so inspiring.
There was only a bust by Mahoudeau, said he, good enough, but of no importance.
I've got to swear or bust, and 'long's you're aboard I can't swear.
I'd rather she wouldn't; she might bust a blood vessel or somethin'.