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adjective: Having large breasts.
From Latin mammosus (having large breasts), from mamma (breast) + -osus (full of). Earliest documented use: 1857.
"Wanda Clouston, a mammose wench in third year, waddled to the door of a cubicle."
George Friel; Mr Alfred, MA; Calder and Boyars; 1972.
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