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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpear-shapedˈpear-shaped adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ go pear-shaped2 someone who is pear-shaped has wide hips and a fairly small chest
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pear-shapedβ€’ Meg plays Alice, a cheerful hippy in the minutes before everything goes pear-shaped.β€’ The new lands he discovered convinced him that the earth was not round but pear-shaped.β€’ Bowman forced his fingers to hunt around, and presently discovered the pear-shaped bulb.β€’ When ripe these pear-shaped fungi are filled with dust-like spores which pour out of the small central opening at the slightest movement.β€’ From the low ceiling hung large, black metal frames with little pear-shaped leather bags and black metal pipes at right angles.β€’ I pulled it free and found it to be sand-frosted and pear-shaped, like the one Nicky had shown me.β€’ Outwardly, Donna, the classic pear-shaped woman, laughed about her legs, but finally she quit exercising.
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