Definitions

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  • n. A bust; a statue.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A bust; a statue.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A bust; a statue.

Etymologies

Italian (Wiktionary)

Examples

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    Election Central Sunday Roundup

  • There's a Republican president leaving office with six years of Republican confidence in a country that's el busto.

    CNN Transcript Nov 25, 2008

  • Por entre os tratamentos propostos para a doença de Alzheimer ou para o envelhecimento, surge esta ideia de utilizar células estaminais para... bem, para tornar mais naturiais os implantes de seios para as mulheres que desejarem um busto mais bem torneado do que aquele com que naturalmente nasceram...

    Leituras

  • 'Non quia te superi patrio privare sepulchro maluerint, Phariae busto damnantur harenae: parcitur Hesperiae; procul hoc et in orbe remoto abscondat fortuna nefas, Romanaque tellus inmaculata sui servetur sanguine Magni.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • (Ben Jonson, "Catiline", Act i., scene 1.) (3) I take "tepido busto" as the dative case; and, as referring to Pompeius, doomed, like Cornelia's former husband, to defeat and death.

    Pharsalia; Dramatic Episodes of the Civil Wars

  • Rhenique nodos aureamque nitellam; fragravit ore quod rosarium Paesti, quod Atticarum prima mella cerarum, quod sucinorum rapta de manu gleba; cui conparatus indecens erat pavo, inamabilis sciurus et frequens phoenix, adhuc recenti tepet Erotion busto, quam pessimorum lex amara fatorum sexta peregit hieme, nec tamen tota, nostros amores gaudiumque lususque.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • _Agam_. et nunc _misericors_ virginem busto petis?

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Rhenique nodos aureamque nitellam; 35 fragrauit ore, quod rosarium Paesti, quod Atticarum prima mella cerarum, quod sucinorum rapta de manu gleba; cui comparatus indecens erat pauo, inamabilis sciurus et frequens phoenix: 40 adhuc recenti tepet Erotion busto, quam pessimorum lex amara fatorum sexta peregit hieme, nec tamen tota, nostros amores gaudiumque lususque. et esse tristem me meus uetat Paetus, 45 pectusque pulsans pariter et comam uellens:

    In Memoriam

  • _ Roma, 1879; _Un antico busto del Salvatore, etc. _, in the

    Pagan and Christian Rome

  • Marucchi: _Di un busto del Salvatore_, etc., in the _Mélanges_, 1888, p. 403.

    Pagan and Christian Rome

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