falsie

[fawl-see]
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noun Informal.
  1. either of a pair of shaped pads, made of rubber, fabric, or the like, for wearing inside a brassiere to give the breasts a larger or more shapely appearance.

Origin of falsie

An Americanism dating back to 1940–45; false + -ie
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Related Words for falsies

props

British Dictionary definitions for falsies

falsies

pl n
  1. informal pads of soft material, such as foam rubber, worn to exaggerate the size of or simulate the appearance of a woman's breasts
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Word Origin and History for falsies
n.

"padded brassiere," 1943, from false + -ie.

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