busty

adjective
\ ˈbəs-tē \
bustier; bustiest

Definition of busty 

: having a large bust

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Her look, designed by Maison Margiela creative director John Galliano, also included a sculptural jacket and skirt worn over a bustier dress. Indya Brown, The Cut, "See How Rihanna’s Met Gala Pope Look Came To Life," 8 May 2018 Such a gaze has manifested itself in stereotypical roles for women and minorities, including the busty dumb blond and the sassy black woman. Tre'vell Anderson, latimes.com, "What Hollywood can gain by placing the 'queer gaze' in the spotlight," 16 Mar. 2018 At least the sisters offer two latex pieces to pick from: a black demi-cut bra and a bustier dress done in a traffic cone–orange hue. Maria Ward, Vogue, "What Happened When One Vogue Writer Wore the Kendall + Kylie Latex Dress on a Date," 16 Oct. 2017 Finally, busty women like me can pull out that one-shoulder dress hiding in the back of the closet. Tiffany Dodson, SELF, "4 Strapless Bras for Large Breasts That Won’t Slip," 4 Oct. 2017 Ribbons inspired by royal decorations became fastenings on bustier dresses or shoulder-bows. Vogue, "The 10 Best Collections of London Fashion Week," 20 Sep. 2017 And naturally, the famously busty Kardashian-Jenner women are all on board. Maria Puente, USA TODAY, "The 'underboob' trend pops off beaches on to red carpets, catwalks, social media," 25 May 2017 Ever since Donald Trump was elected president, California has resembled the busty blonde B-movie actress in a horror film. Susan Shelley, Orange County Register, "Trump is in control of fight with California," 11 Feb. 2017

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First Known Use of busty

1867, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of busty was in 1867

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busty

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of busty

of a woman : having large breasts

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