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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Nine women each bare their breasts and their inner selves, and speak openly of their bodies and their life journeys.
Cheek by jowl with the 'burkini ban' item was the news story that women (and some men) in the United States observed 'GoTopless Day' that 'promotes gender equality and women's rights to bare their breasts in public.'
(It is instructive to note that Shevchenko and her fellow FEMEN cohorts often bare their breasts during their well-orchestrated public protest demonstrations).
Femen also called on women to bare their breasts as a show of solidarity.
The 38-year-old wants women to bare their breasts for her photography project - and plans to turn pictures of their cleavage into wallpaper.
A BAR has come under fire for a lewd drinks offer inviting women to bare their breasts in return for free shots.
A film crew toured popular student haunts asking young people to bare their breasts and bums.
Mothers in Worcester are being encouraged to bare their breasts with pride as the city strives to become the breastfeeding capital of the UK.