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sweater puppy
 n.pl.— «A young peacekeeper was asked to comment on working with a female officer. “Well, she’s got a real set of sweater-puppies on her. If it’s hot and she’s wearing just a sweaty T-shirt, it can be a real turn-on.”» —“The Voice Of The Grunts” Financial Post (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) Dec. 1, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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