flat-chested


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flat-chested

mod. with little or no female breast development. I wish I wasn’t so flat-chested!
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But this time Laura left in tears, all because she wanted to be a model, but her father said she was too flat-chested and besides he wanted her to get a job at a travel agent.
At the event unveiling Moss proved this, with the clothes hanging off her flat-chested figure.
I had a child's body and I was flat-chested until I was 16, which is when I sprouted boobs and got my first bra," she said.
The book contains contributions from writers and artists across North America, with stories varying from one woman's discovery of zine-making to a short comic about the mortification of being flat-chested at summer camp.
My character's challenge is to help out a flat-chested character with her desire to be more buxom.
I spotted that the 'man' in question was in fact a short-haired, flat-chested female jostling for about 115th position in the women's race.
She informs us that her 10-year-old daughter "remains delightfully flat-chested," unlike her classmates, whose "prominent breasts" and lunches packed in plastic containers make her cringe.
I am a C cup, and I go to a small school where all the other girls are flat-chested.
And, of Keira Knightley: "That flat-chested cardboard cut-out.
If you're more of the flat-chested Keira Knightley shape, then a cross-over wrap top works wonders as do push-up bras.
He borrows his randy vicar, flat-chested spinster and false breasts from the English farce and seaside postcard tradition while adding a pantomime dame in the form of charlady and narrator Mrs Swabb (Barry Stanton in drag).
Julie Taylor was so upset by her flat-chested looks, she suffered bouts of depression.
The girl with breasts is out back kissing while the flat-chested girl is alone on the street.
She said she wasn't sure this explained everything, but that when she was growing up, the majority of women, if not downright flat-chested, were not conspicuously well-endowed.