poitrine

/ (ˌpwaˈtrɪːn) /

noun

a woman's bosom

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Word Origin for poitrine

French, literally: breast, chest
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Example sentences from the Web for poitrine

  • Who would have believed that there was 310 pounds of poitrine jaune grosse in that corner of my garden?

    Excursions and Poems|Henry David Thoreau