busty

adjective
\ ˈbə-stē How to pronounce busty (audio) \
bustier; bustiest

Definition of busty

: having a large bust

Examples of busty in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Onstage and onscreen, Cher plays the brassy and busty good-time girl Sissy, lounging across counters and breezing through the store, struggling with the private agony of a mastectomy and the dissolution of her relationship. Elle Carroll, Vulture, 20 May 2021 The focus was on getting a beautiful woman: busty, big lips, big eyes, flowing hair. Angela Haupt, Washington Post, 15 Apr. 2021 For this totally casual taxi ride, Gaga donned a little black bustier dress and wore her hair in 1940s-inspired Victory rolls. Lauren Alexis Fisher, Harper's BAZAAR, 30 Aug. 2018 Onto the small stage strides a busty Mizrahi woman, her lips defined by serious black lipstick and hair concealed by a luminescent headscarf. Laura E. Adkins, sun-sentinel.com, 3 July 2019 After taking your measurements to a pre-existing pattern, gowns are sized to the largest measurement in the mix; i.e. pear shapes should expect bodices to be too big, while busty silhouettes will likely have lots to take in at the waist and hips. Melissa Colgan, Harper's BAZAAR, 11 Dec. 2018 Don’t expect smiles or chitchat from the busy and busty dirndl-wearing waitresses, but do expect plates piled with roast pork belly, crispy schnitzels, potato pancakes, and sauerkraut. Adam H. Graham, Condé Nast Traveler, 17 Sep. 2018 Broadhurst likes Lululemon’s Ta Ta Tamer, especially for busty women, and has no qualms about wearing Victoria’s Secret seamless underwear into the woods because it’s made with polyester and elastane, which are both quick-drying. Colleen Stinchcombe, SELF, 24 Oct. 2018 For a pivotal psychological scene in which Margaret must act as monarch for the day and give a speech to a group of ambassadors, Clapton created this bustier gown, one that Elizabeth would never wear. Alison S. Cohn, Harper's BAZAAR, 17 July 2018

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First Known Use of busty

1867, in the meaning defined above

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23 May 2021

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“Busty.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/busty. Accessed 19 Jun. 2021.

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busty

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of busty

informal, of a woman : having large breasts

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