bosom (n.) 6
KJ IV.i.3 [Hubert to Executioner] When I strike my foot / Upon the bosom of the ground, rush forth
RJ II.ii.32 [Romeo to Juliet, of a heavenly messenger] he ... sails upon the bosom of the air
TC I.iii.112 [Ulysses to all] the bounded waters / Should lift their bosoms higher than the shores
Tim I.i.69 [Poet to Painter, of people at the foot of Fortune's hill] all kind of natures, / That labour on the bosom of this sphere