amply endowed
   having large genitalia or breasts
   A synonym of well endowed. If describing a female, she is unlikely also to have a dowry, her endowment, albeit large, being only physical:
    Exceptionally good-looking, personable, muscular athlete is available. Hot bottom plus large endowment equals a good time. {Sunday Telegraph, September 1989, quoting an advertisement by a prostitute to which Representative Frank responded: the advertiser cannot have been puffing because he later appointed her as his personal aide in Congress)

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