- n. artificially enlarged breasts (either through surgery or padding).
Nice falsies on her, but I'd rather have the real thing.
English slang. 2015.
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falsies — ☆ falsies [fôl′sēz ] pl.n. Informal devices, as pads or breast shaped forms, worn inside a bra to make the breasts look fuller * * * … Universalium
falsies — padded brassiere, 1943, from FALSE (Cf. false) + IE (Cf. ie) … Etymology dictionary
falsies — [n] padded bra props, WonderbraTM; concept 451 … New thesaurus
falsies — ☆ falsies [fôl′sēz ] pl.n. Informal devices, as pads or breast shaped forms, worn inside a bra to make the breasts look fuller … English World dictionary
Falsies — In fashion, falsies is a term used in English to denote padding for use in a brassiere to create the appearance of larger breasts. The term is also, more rarely, used for pads which create the appearance of larger buttocks. In both cases, there… … Wikipedia
falsies — n. artificial breasts; stuffing for making the breasts appear larger and more shapely. □ I don’t care if she is wearing falsies. She’s got a beautiful smile … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
Falsies — pl n 1. padding worn to enlarge the apparent size of the breasts; 2. false eyelashes; 3. false teeth … Dictionary of Australian slang
falsies — Australian Slang pl n 1. padding worn to enlarge the apparent size of the breasts; 2. false eyelashes; 3. false teeth … English dialects glossary
falsies — fals|ies [ˈfo:lsiz US ˈfo:l ] n [plural] informal pieces of material inside a ↑bra used to make a woman s breasts look larger … Dictionary of contemporary English
falsies — fals|ies [ fɔlsiz ] noun plural INFORMAL artificial breasts a. pieces of material that a woman puts inside her BRA to make her breasts look bigger … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English