Definitionschest in the human female. See breasts for synonyms and euphemisms. See breast [SYN] for synonyms.
Etymology: Indo-European bhreus , to swell or sprout, into the Old English breost and the Middle English brest.
(1) Eve (Eva Marie Saint) and Roger (Cary Grant) in North by Northwest (1959):
-- Eve Kendall: ' I'm a big girl!'
-- Roger Thornhill: ' Yes! In all the right places to.'
(2) George (Ian Bannen) raising a toast in Hope and Glory (1987): ' I'm seventy-three years old. I've seen half the wonders of the world and I never laid eyes on a finer sight than the curve of Betty Browning's breasts.'
(3) Juliet Forrest (Rachel Ward) comes to after fainting to find Rigby Reardon (Steve Martin) fondling her breasts in Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982):
-- Juliet: ' What are you doing? '
-- Rigby: 'Adjusting your breasts. You fainted and they shifted all out of whack. There.'
(4) Harris B. Telemaker (Steve Martin) and SanDeE (Sarah Jessica Parker) in L.A. Story (1991):
-- Harris: ' SanDeE, your breasts feel weird.'
-- SanDeE: ' Oh, that's because they're real.'
(5) Harriet Michaels (Nancy Travis) and Charlie Mackenzie (Mike Meyers) in So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993):
-- Harriet: ' What do you look for in a woman you date? '
-- Charlie: ' Well, I know everyone always say a sense of humor, but I really have to go with breast size.'
(6) Frances (Grace Kelly) picnicking with John Robie (Cary Grant) in To Catch a Thief (1955): ' Do you want a leg or a breast? '
(7) The Koran: 'The womans breast nourishes the child and gladdens the father.'
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