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bazoom

Line breaks: ba¦zoom
Pronunciation: /bəˈzuːm
 
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Definition of bazoom in English:

noun

(usually bazooms) informal , chiefly North American
A woman’s breast: all that sold was the big bazooms
More example sentences
  • The program lets the subjects explain in their own words why they think their lives will improve once monster-sized Pamela Lee bazooms are stuffed into their chests.
  • To your eyes they are indistinguishable from the women in the Victoria's Secret store posters - they have the hair, the proportions, the attitude, the bazooms.
  • The producers eschewed originality in favor of booms and bazooms.

Origin

1950s: probably an alteration of bosom.

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