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buxomer

  1. comparative form of buxom: more buxom
    • 1802, The Monthly Magazine, page 114
      The shoot is feebler and buxomer than the warp, and is ruffled or crisped by the operation of the sley.
    • 1941, Stephen Lucius Gwynn, Salute to Valour:
      [...] perfect August, none has ever seen, Earth never buxomer, sky more serene; [...]
    • 1980, John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley in Search of America, Penguin (→ISBN), page 66
      [...] two of the wives buxom and a third even buxomer with child, a patriarch, two brothers-in -law, and a couple of young men who were working toward being brothers-in-law.
    • 2010, Stephen Dodson Ramseur, The Bravest of the Brave: The Correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur, Univ of North Carolina Press (→ISBN), page 260
      [...] his buxom wife. As Caleb says I expect she is buxomer than ever!
    • 2014, Robert Aickman, The Wine-Dark Sea, Faber & Faber (→ISBN)
      [...] turned to the buxomer, nakeder Mimi. 'I was just telling your friend. You know what they sayin New York?' 'No,' said Margaret ...