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6.
A women with the right amount of body fat. A nice hourglass figure. Kicking curves, big breast, small waist, and a big butt.
Not a fat women and not a stick figure either. Plus size is not
the meaning of voluptuous. You can be petite and have a voluptuous figure or regular.
Look at that hot voluptuous babe over there.

Like that song Usher sings- Omg

honey got a booty like pow, pow, pow
Honey got some boobies like wow, oh wow
Girl you know I’m loving your, loving your style
Check, check, check, check, check, checking you out like,
Ooh (oooh) she got it allll
Sexy from her head to the toes
And I want it all, it all, it all
by nighthawk_dc March 10, 2011
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1.
1. having a strong sexual appeal.
2. (about a womans body) having a large bosom or appealing curves
1. that guy over there is damn sexy, how voluptuous is he!
2. did you see that girl, her booty is so voluptuous.
by Luna January 21, 2005
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2.
Old english for a hottie that is fat in all the right places.
I know this chick who has really nice full breastices and a slammin' round ass with soft squeezable hips. She is just fat in all the right places.

I know this guy that farts dust and he calls that voluptuous.
by nick May 23, 2005
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3.
Having a very attractive body.

(Especially of a female) being full-bodied, large-bosomed, and appealing to the eyes of lesbians or heterosexual men.

Pleasing to the senses, sensuous.
"Her flowing raven hair was a stark contrast to her milky complexion. Her amber eyes... almost catlike, her figure voluptuous."
by diddims March 17, 2005
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4.
someone who has big boobs and has a curvy fgure.
I have a voluptuous figure with measurements about 38DD-29-37.
by Stacy July 26, 2006
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5.
What mothers would say if they were asked how their fat, ugly daughter looked like

It's meant to mean that someone's curvy, but nowadays, it's used a lot of the time in the context of being overweight
Daughter: mom, I'm trying to go on a diet. none of the boys like me, because I'm fat.

Mother: oh sweetie, you're not fat. you're just voluptuous.
by G Z April 08, 2009
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7.
While this word may have once had a positive connotation, it now seems to refer to those who are overweight.
My friend Sally isn't overweight, she's just voluptuous.
by Mark4124 October 10, 2009
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