fynwes, mynwes, dwyfron, ddwyfron, fynwesau, hafflau, mynwesau, nwyfronmynwesol, fynwesol
Noun(1) the chest considered as the place where secret thoughts are kept(2) a person's breast or chest(3) cloth that covers the chest or breasts(4) a close affectionate and protective acceptance(5) the locus of feelings and intuitions(6) either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman
Verb(1) hide in one's bosom(2) hold (someone
(1) The little voice inside my head that so often warned of impending danger now screamed at me to go upstairs, but the curiosity in my bosom burned so much hotter than the voice was loud.(2) With a playful interest, Sibyl remembered what Bridget had done, and following her example, lowered her chest and slipped a hand beneath her bosom to raise it.(3) Beatrice observed this remarkable phenomenon and crossed herself, sadly, but without surprise; nor did she therefore hesitate to arrange the fatal flower in her bosom .(4) She also has a mesmeric smile, devouring eyes, a cloud of fair hair and ├ö├ç├┐a bosom that rose and fell in a kind of sigh├ö├ç├û.(5) Two powerful leaders, neither of whom was capable of real friendship, were, the author contends, bosom buddies.(6) The book was taken to the bosom of America, was a No. 1 best-seller last year and is still on the best-selling lists in hardcover and paperback.(7) Sutton is not renowned for his wide circle of friends and, while he and Larsson are far from bosom buddies, his warm relationship with the Swede is telling.(8) As biographer to Custer and bosom friend to ├ö├ç├┐Jannie├ö├ç├û Smuts, this man had seen the world and shaped its course.(9) This must have been a problem for the Amazon warrior women in Greek history; they used to burn the right bosom off so that in battle it would not interfere with the handling of a spear or a bow and arrow.(10) South Africa, if they get over the scars of the recent past and the anguish they seem to carry in their bosom , can be that team.(11) The final touch to Laura's ensemble is two handkerchief-wrapped powder puffs stuffed in the bosom of her dress to improve her bust line.(12) It seems to issue from the bosom , from a place beneath the breastbone.(13) If you plant that money in your bosom or plant it in a lockbox, it will not grow.(14) Alban turned to face the taunting eyes of the old governess feeling both rage and shame rise in his bosom .(15) You cannot just keep it all locked in your bosom and then say, ├ö├ç├┐I received this nasty little letter, but it did not affect me├ö├ç├û.(16) I returned to the bosom of my loving, supportive family and proceeded to get myself a job.
(1) bosom friend :: cyfaill mynwesol
1. bust ::
2. protection ::
3. heart ::
4. embrace ::
5. knocker ::
6. squeeze ::
7. close ::
Different Formsbosom, bosoms, bosomy
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