Blend of breast +‎ testicle.


  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈbɹɛstɪkl/
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breasticle (plural breasticles)

  1. (humorous) A breast.
    • 1997, Erika Ellis, Good Fences (novel),[1] Random House, →ISBN, page 134:
      She stumbled out of her bra and panties and stood naked, hugging her elbows, while Gerard surveyed her, frowning up and down her body, biting the flesh on the ball of his thumb. She waited for him to notice her lopsided breasticles but he stayed quiet about them, a real gentleman.
    • 2006, Amber Deckers, Ella Mental: And the Good Sense Guide (novel),[2] Simon and Schuster, →ISBN, pages 39–40:
      Toby changes tactics and now attempts to reach my clenched armpits (my tickliest bits), but mistakenly squeezes my left breasticle instead! We both freeze up and instantly want to die. Breasticles are entirely new to this game; one day I was happily flat chested and the next day I had these pointy things.