Definition of Busty

1. Adjective. (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves. "A curvy young woman in a tight dress"




Definition of Busty

1. Adjective. Having large breasts ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Busty

1. full-bosomed [adj BUSTIER, BUSTIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Busty

bustle with
bustled
bustled with
bustler
bustlers
bustles
bustles with
bustline
bustlines
bustling
bustling with
bustlingly
busto
bustoes
busts
busty (current term)
busulfan
busulfans
busulphan
busway
busways
busy
busy-ness
busy-work
busy as a beaver
busy as a bee
busy beaver
busy beavers
busy bee
busy bees

Literary usage of Busty

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1. A Concordance to the Poetical Works of William Cowperby John Neve by John Neve (1887)
"The r. straw sends up a frequent mût T. i Vä busty. Grew r. by disuse ; and massy gate« T. ii .... busty ..."

2. The Mining Engineer (1908)
"In each case, the volume drawn from the busty seam is about 43 per cent, of the total, from which it is evident that the equivalent orifice of the busty ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1867)
"In the busty seam there is one down-cast shaft of ... The south district of the busty is within seven acres, and the north district is four acres. ..."

4. Colliery Working and Management: Comprising the Duties of a Colliery Manager by Harrison Francis Bulman, Richard Augustine Studdert Redmayne (1906)
"This is the case at some of the West Durham collieries, where the top busty seam is separated from the bottom busty by only a few feet of stone, ..."

5. Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire Into the Several Matters by Great Britain Coal Commission, Coal Commission, George Douglas Campbell Argyll, Great Britain (1871)
"The Hutton seam there lies at a depth of 1527 feet; the Harvey seam at 1688; the busty seam at 1797; and the Brockwell seam is supposed by Mr. Howell to lie ..."

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