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Adjective: bosomed  bû-zumd
  1. Having a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds
    "full-bosomed women"; "the green-bosomed earth"
Verb: bosom  bû-zum
  1. Hide in one's bosom
    "She bosomed his letters"
  2. To apply pressure on (someone) tightly with your arms, usually with fondness
    - embrace, hug, squeeze

See also: breasted

Type of: clasp, conceal, hide

Encyclopedia: Bosom, John