flat-chested

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flat-chested

rude slang Having small breasts. I heard that Amanda's actually flat-chested and just wears push-up bras all the time.

flat-chested

mod. with little or no female breast development. I wish I wasn’t so flat-chested!
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And that whole thing of being called frigid, and being flatchested...
It has been our experience that women usually prefer thin, undernourished, flatchested females, dressed to the teeth, as a concept of "feminine beauty" - and that men prefer exactly the opposite: voluptuous, well-rounded and undressed.
Living in Illinois in a small town, kids were making fun of me calling me flatchested, (saying) my lips were too big; I was fish lips," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
ATHERE'S no point pretending looks aren't important, but being flatchested hasn't stopped Cameron Diaz being phenomenally successful and a role model for other young women.
And, more important, what gutsy ingenue could possibly inhabit the diminutive, flatchested, chain-smoking, tattoo-adorned, anti-social, bisexual, genius computer hacker Lisbeth Salander, one of the most compelling characters in recent popular fiction?
Ronnie had made excuses for Shane in the kitchen that evening, as she always did, growing smaller with each gravely spoken word as if she was prepared to give away her miserable body for her son, but Mick could not understand how he had fathered a nineteen-year-old boy who was so love-sick that, each time his flatchested, uppity girlfriend left him, his flat-chested, pathetic mother was left to account for his drinking.
Kate, 35, pictured looking flatchested at a fashion show just six months ago, said:
Distinguishing her from "sallow-faced girls in preposterous hats, and flatchested women struggling with paper bundles and palm-leaf fans," Selden asks, "Was it possible that she belonged to the same race?" (20).
They flatter the changing figure, either hugging the stomach or hanging smoothly over it, while also allowing the wearer to emphasise other parts of their body -like a great set of pins, a smooth pair of shoulders or the eye-popping cleavage that even the most flatchested of women invariably develop.
By the time we were twelve and thirteen, and still flatchested, they had budded into bosomy women whose presence in Sunday masses attracted the attention of young Catholic males.
Why do they perpetuate stereotypes of women, such as the nagging wife, the hated mother-in-law, the inept housekeeper, the JAP (Jewish American Princess), the dumb blonde, the flatchested woman, the fat woman?
The actress has been accused of letting flatchested women down because a Chanel perfume ad shows her to be better endowed than usual.
It tends to make you look flatchested and the bra-style bikini tops are a far better option."