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Udder: noun - baggy and often pendulous organ, carrying two or more teats or nipples, in which milk is produced and dispensed in female ungulate mammals, like cows; animal's teat; in plural and informally - a woman's breasts.
‘Gloria had to wash the udders of every cow in the herd before they could be milked, otherwise there was a danger of infection from the mechanical milking device that had replaced manual extraction for efficiency.’
‘Wow, Henry, see that tart over there; with udders like that, it’s a wonder she doesn’t fall over. Mind you, she couldn’t fall flat on ‘er face, could she?’