Definition of Centerfold

1. Noun. A magazine center spread; especially a foldout of a large photograph or map or other feature.

Exact synonyms: Centrefold
Generic synonyms: Facing Pages, Spread, Spread Head, Spreadhead, Foldout, Gatefold



Definition of Centerfold

1. Noun. The single sheet of paper that forms the middle two pages of a magazine or other publication. ¹

2. Noun. A large photograph printed on this sheet, typically in the form of a nude, or provocatively dressed, sexually attractive woman or man. ¹

3. Noun. The person appearing in such a photograph. ¹

4. Noun. Any very sexually attractive person, who is therefore material for such a photograph. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Centerfold

1. [n -S]

Centerfold Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Centerfold

center spot
center spread
center stage
centeral
centerally
centerboard
centerboards
centered
centeredness
centerednesses
centerfield
centerfielder
centerfielders
centerfire
centerfires
centerfold (current term)
centerfolds
centerground
centeric
centering
centering force
centerings
centerless
centerlessness
centerline
centerlines
centerman
centermen
centermost
centerpiece

Literary usage of Centerfold

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals and Court of by South Carolina Court of Appeals, Abraham Nott, South Carolina Court of Errors (1848)
"centerfold Kennedy he gave up Mr. I Jell. Kennerly said, "well." It was the first day of Court in March. When we went into the Sheriff's Office, Center, ..."

2. The Virgin Islands by Lynne Sullivan (2000)
"If you want to find a specific store, look for the easy-to-follow shopping map in the centerfold of St. Thomas This Week, available everywhere. ..."

3. Journal of the ... Annual Convention, Diocese of Western New York by Convention, Council, Episcopal Church, Diocese of Western New York (1855)
"No material changes ii the congregation have taken place during the period embraced in thus report Trinity Church, centerfold. [There is no report from this ..."

4. Fantasy Islands: A Man's Guide to Exotic Women and International Travel by Wade T. Wilson (1998)
"The night clubs are filled with young women who would be centerfold candidates in the US By all accounts, they treat you like a king and go at the sex act ..."

5. Sowboy by Richard Miller (2003)
"The back windows displayed framed centerfold pin-ups in full color torn from The North American ..."

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