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2. She held the child to her bosom.
3. She pressed him to her bosom.
4. A bosom friend afar brings a distant land near.
5. Her ample bosom wobbled as she laughed.
6. She held him tightly to her bosom.
7. A bosom friend afar brings distant land near.
8. She cradled the child to her bosom.
9. Her bosom rose and fell; she was out of breath from keeping up with him.
10. Sakota was her cousin and bosom pal.
11. She strained the boy to her bosom.
12. They were welcomed into the bosom of the Church.
13. She clutched her son tightly to her bosom.
14. A dark jealousy stirred in his bosom.
15. They were bosom friends.
16. Her baby snoozled into her bosom.
17. Drury harboured bitterness in his bosom.
18. The two girls had become bosom friends.
19. Dumont(Sentencedict.com ), with her sequined purse and overly ample bosom.
20. Nicholson returned to the bosom of his friends, somewhat dejected but still determined.
21. Her tiny waist and substantial bosom turned heads right across the bar.
22. Half the stiff bosom shirts worn nowadays, the laundry is due on them yet.
23. The pale woman, bosom exposed, is entwined with a dark man wearing a sullen expression and a skull cap.
24. He was still my friend, my bosom friend.
25. She lay on the bed, her eyes closed and her bosom palpitating.
26. Thus Zhang Qian was considered to have sailed upon the bosom of the Milky Way.
27. She read the first two pages and felt a blush rise from her palpitating bosom up her neck to suffuse her face.
28. Twisting in the cramped space, he got on his knees and leaned forward, bringing his head down to her bosom.
29. But she looks troubled, unsure of herself - perhaps because her bosom is merely average, one has seen bigger.
30. It is now that man contemplates, for it is now that the sea is a bosom friend.
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