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bosomed

[ booz-uhmd, boo-zuhmd ]
/ ˈbʊz əmd, ˈbu zəmd /
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adjective
having a specified type of bosom (usually used in combination): a full-bosomed garment; the green-bosomed earth.
concealed or secreted in the bosom.
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Origin of bosomed

First recorded in 1640–50; bosom + -ed3
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