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- superlative form of : most buxom
- 1862, Charles Reade, The Cloister and the Hearth: A Tale of the Middle Ages:
- . 'Landlord,' said he, 'I hear there is a fair chambermaid in thine house.' 'Ay, stranger, the buxomest in Holland. But she gives not her company to all comers ; only to good customers.'
- 2006, Christina Manolescu, Baglady, →ISBN, page 11:
- Satisfying himself, during his preliminary tour of the lab, that each student had conjured up the necessary crystals in her beaker, he whiled away the rest of the lesson yawning, scratching and chatting up the buxomest nymphets in the room.
- 2016, Lucy Worsley, Eliza Rose, →ISBN:
- From the duchess, who was grandmother to three of the girls, we would hear lengthy discourses on genealogy and the manner in which all of our families interlinked. Thus I learned that I was related to Katherine Howard, the boldest and buxomest among us, who had been so cruel to me upon my arrival.