Definition of Bosomed

1. Adjective. Having a bosom as specified or having something likened to a bosom; usually used in compounds. "The green-bosomed earth"

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Definition of Bosomed

1. a. Having, or resembling, bosom; kept in the bosom; hidden.

Definition of Bosomed

1. Adjective. Having a bosom (of a specified kind). ¹

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Definition of Bosomed

1. bosom [v] - See also: bosom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bosomed

bosket
boskets
boskier
boskiest
boskiness
boskinesses
boskopoid
bosks
bosky
bosnia-herzegovina
bosom
bosom buddy
bosom friend
bosom of Abraham
bosome
bosomed (current term)
bosomes
bosomier
bosoming
bosoms
bosomy
boson
bosonic
bosonisation
bosonise
bosonised
bosonises
bosonising
bosonization
bosonizations

Literary usage of Bosomed

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1. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"As the corselet off he took, The dwarf espied the Mighty Book 1 Much he marvelled a knight of pride Like a book-bosomed priest should ride: 90 He thought ..."

2. Masterpieces of the Southern Poets (1912)
"BEAUTIFUL-bosomed, O NIGHT I BEAUTIFUL-bosomed, O Night, in thy noon Move with majesty onward! soaring, as lightly As a singer may soar the notes of an ..."

3. A Handy Urdu-English Dictionary Based on Shakespear and the Best Modern by S Sangaji, John Shakespear (1899)
"J^M Silver-bosomed ; with a bosom fair as silver. *" Silver- bodied ; with a body fair as silver. s. *JUi sem, (\ЦЦ\] в. f. The flat or broad bean, ..."

4. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"As the corselet off he took, The dwarf espied the Mighty Book 1 Much he marvelled a knight of pride Like a book-bosomed priest should ride: 90 He thought ..."

5. Masterpieces of the Southern Poets (1912)
"BEAUTIFUL-bosomed, O NIGHT I BEAUTIFUL-bosomed, O Night, in thy noon Move with majesty onward! soaring, as lightly As a singer may soar the notes of an ..."

6. A Handy Urdu-English Dictionary Based on Shakespear and the Best Modern by S Sangaji, John Shakespear (1899)
"J^M Silver-bosomed ; with a bosom fair as silver. *" Silver- bodied ; with a body fair as silver. s. *JUi sem, (\ЦЦ\] в. f. The flat or broad bean, ..."

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