Green’s Dictionary of Slang

booby n.2

[bubby n.1 ]

(orig. US) a female breast; usu. in pl.

[US] ‘The Love Feast’ in T.P. Lowry Stories the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell (1994) 58: One my rosy nipples seized, / And my ripe, rounded boobies squeezed.
[US] (ref. to mid-19C) N. Kimball Amer. Madam (1981) 42: I saw little boobies and a very narrow waist but swelling hips.
[US]H. Miller Sexus (1969) 83: He feels for her boobies.
[US](con. 1920s) ‘Harry Grey’ Hoods (1953) 115: Some pair of boobies on that baby.
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 289: Ten pounds of boobie in a loose brassiere, / A twat that twitches like a moose’s ear, / A dried up cum drop in my bottle of beer, / These foolish things remind me of you.
J. Roe The Same Old Grind 10: A leaf over each boobie.
[US]L. Rosten Dear ‘Herm’ 188: ‘Frenchy’ said that Cornelia was showing too much of her boobies at parties.
[US]‘Victoria Parker’ Pay for Play Cheerleaders 🌐 ‘Jeeeezzzzuzzzz!’ Nancy sighed. ‘You’re suckin’ my boobies!’.
[UK]J. Cameron It Was An Accident 11: I was supping my coffee and goggling her boobies.
Online Sl. Dict. 🌐 booby n 1. a breast. Term is considered childish. (‘She got hit in the booby.’).
[UK]Indep. on Sun. Real Life 17 Oct. 4: All they do for the first few months is sleep, poo, cry a bit and drink Boobie Milk.
[Aus]L. Redhead Peepshow [ebook] Grant was mesmerised by Emma’s tits and slowly reached out a hand like he was going to go the grope. ‘Boobies,’ he said.
[US]Mad mag. Jan. 38: More Janet Jackson boobie backlash?
Sky 🌐 [picture caption] Whose Boobs? Just who is this Hollywood star who likes to flash a bit of cleavage? Scarlett And Her Big Boobies.
[UK]R. Milward Apples (2023) 3: [T]racing a black babe with big boobies.
[US]T. Robinson Rough Trade [ebook] [I]n lieu of actually having ever had his hand on a warm boobie in his life.
[Aus]T. Spicer Good Girl Stripped Bare 197: Baby screams as tit throbs. Push booby into face (baby’s, not yours).