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
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Katherine Eban, ProPublica, 28 Oct. 2022 Wearing nothing underneath, Harry officially announced that summertime cleavage is here to stay.Seventeen, 22 Aug. 2022 Chileans don't think in terms of left or right politics as much as in terms of a cleavage between chaos and order, according to Kenneth Bunker, a political scientist and the director of Tresquintos.cl, a digital platform of political analysis.
Daniela Mohor W., CNN, 20 Nov. 2021 Rooting for Smith is the trendiest thing to do at the Grammys – yep, even cooler than showing off major cleavage.
Alison Schwartz, Peoplemag, 22 Oct. 2022 In his September 1 formal address in Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Biden struggled with the cleavage in the Republican Party.
Walter Shapiro, The New Republic, 22 Sep. 2022 As for Russia itself, this latest move, sadly and unnecessarily in my view, deepens the divide between it and Europe, and is yet another cleavage in an increasingly fractured post-globalization world order.
Mike O'sullivan, Forbes, 13 Nov. 2021 The Euphoria star opted for a cleavage-baring look keeping all of the buttons of her top undone and tying it in the front.
Jasmine Washington, Seventeen, 10 Oct. 2022 The density divide is the Ur-cleavage from which so many other modern American divisions flow.
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