Examples of cleavage in a Sentence
The dress is cut low enough to reveal a lot of cleavage.
the cleavage between the rich and poor
the cleavages of an egg as an embryo develops
Recent Examples of cleavage from the Web
Yet the debate is widening cleavages between those championing Jewish nationalism and what others deem the Jewish values of charity and humanism that also underpin the state.
Ever the inventor, Hughes designed and engineered a special underwire bra to highlight her cleavage, which angered censors who refused to release the film with a rating.
Its clan consciousness exploits cleavages of race, religion and nationality.
The awards shows are turning into Meet the Press with sequins and cleavage.
Brian Posen, the creator of the annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival (SketchFest) and former head of Second City’s training center, allegedly made countless lewd comments about the women in his classes and took photos of their butts and cleavage.
Unusually for visitors to an Italian cathedral, Dolce & Gabbana clients in cleavage-baring gowns were not asked to cover up before entering to mingle with the nuns and snap selfies.
The first trailer debuted just a few weeks ago but now the international edition lends an extended look into Penelope Cruz's character (and killer cleavage).
Thanks to Madonna, a deluge of corsets, cone bras, and bustles saw the light of day, and the Wonderbra helped create a knockout display of cleavage; the slip dress also became one of the defining looks of the decade.
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