Synonyms of bosom in English:

bosom


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See Spanish definition of pecho

noun

1‘the gown was set low over her bosom’

SYNONYMS
bust, chest
breasts
technical mammary glands, mammae
informal boobs, boobies, tits, titties, knockers, bazookas, melons, jubblies, bubbies, orbs, globes, jugs
British informal bristols, charlies, baps
North American informal bazooms, casabas, chi-chis, hooters
Australian informal norks
archaic dugs, paps, embonpoint

2‘the family took Gillian into its bosom’

SYNONYMS
protection, heart, core, midst, centre, circle, shelter, safety, refuge

3‘love was kindled within his bosom’

SYNONYMS
heart, breast, soul, being, inner being, core, spirit
seat of one's emotions, seat of one's affections

adjective

1‘the two girls had become bosom friends’

SYNONYMS
close, boon, intimate, confidential, inseparable, faithful, constant, devoted, loving
special, dear, good, best, fast, firm, favourite, valued, treasured, cherished
informal thick as thieves, as thick as thieves, pally, matey, chummy