bare (one's) breast

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bare (one's) breast

1. To expose oneself in a vulnerable or unguarded position, especially to that which may cause harm or distress. I bare my breast to you, so do as you will. I am at your mercy! He bared his breast to the armed guards to show that he was not a threat.
2. To share with another person one's private emotions and thoughts, especially those that are emotionally troubling or make oneself vulnerable to the other person in some way. I bared my breast to Samantha and told her how much I loved her.
See also: bare, breast
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It is a retrograde step to deny a person the right to sport a Burkini on a beach, just as it would be to deny a woman the right to bear her breasts on that same beach; surely it must be a case of "live and let live".