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
Another Pew survey, from June, identified the same ideological cleavage.
Showing too much skin, especially cleavage, is a common guest faux pas.
The gown was also based on 18th-century, Marie Antoinette-esque gathered-skirt taffeta gowns...and Austrian dirndl-style cleavage corsets.
Maintain long, thick hair, blindingly white teeth, tan skin, a thigh gap, and great cleavage — all without too much effort.
The new red-carpet worry is cleavage lines For firming the jaw and neck and getting rid of tree trunk lines, radiofrequency micro-needling has taken over.
The catwalk shows took place in front of an all-female audience, and even then there were strict rules about what could be shown — no cleavage, nothing above the knee and nothing too transparent, according to one NPR report.
The cardigan also had a late-’90s moment thanks to Cameron Diaz’s bombshell character in There’s Something About Mary, who wore a modest cardigan with a cleavage-baring slinky tank top.
Her friend had on a low-cut top and the photo, which supposedly was meant to showcase a necklace, highlighted her new (and substantial) cleavage.
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CLEAVAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cleavage for English Language Learners
: the space between a woman's breasts especially when it can be easily seen
: a division between two things or groups
: the act of splitting apart
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