busty

[buhs-tee]
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Origin of busty

First recorded in 1940–45; bust1 + -y1
Related formsbust·i·ness, noun
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  • It was now showing a busty young woman singer, her mouth opened, but silent, since the sound was turned down.


British Dictionary definitions for busty

busty

adjective bustier or bustiest
  1. (of a woman) having a prominent bust
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Word Origin and History for busty
adj.

"having large breasts," 1944, from bust (n.1) in the "bosom" sense + -y (2). Related: Bustiness.

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