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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuxombux‧om /ˈbʌksəm/ adjective  HBHBEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGa woman who is buxom is attractively large and healthy and has big breasts
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buxomRhoda was forty-eight, blonde, buxom and so cheerful Ken said she ought to be a barmaid.She was buxom, and the rust-red pullover she wore was not designed to minimize the fact.In 1959, a body type was born that was a combination of the buxom blonde and the elegant brunette.Two competing ideal female body types developed: the buxom blonde and the elegant brunette.The house now belongs to a buxom blonde from Lyon, wife of a driving instructor.By the gate the Patriarch's buxom companion was still at work, weeding a not particularly fertile-looking patch of edging.From the time of Barbie on, both the buxom Playboy types and the brunette model types got thinner and thinner.A buxom woman wears a tall hat.
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