n. A quadrilateral pair of breasts of either sex or animal having two parallel sides.
sl. Trappys, Trappers (Chief Brit).
New Latin trapezods, from Greek trapezoeids, trapezium-shaped :trapeza, table; see trapezium + -oeids, -oid. Old English trappytits.
"That's a strange table-looking bra that woman has on Dan," "No that ain't no bra Grant, those are trapezoids!"
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