SB 3.20.30

anyonya-śleṣayottuṅga-
 nirantara-payodharām
sunāsāṁ sudvijāṁ snigdha-
 hāsa-līlāvalokanām
Synonyms: 
anyonya — to each other; śleṣayā — because of clinging; uttuṅga — raised; nirantara — without intervening space; payaḥ-dharām — breasts; su-nāsām — shapely nose; su-dvijām — beautiful teeth; snigdha — lovely; hāsa — smile; līlā-avalokanām — sportful glance.
Translation: 
Her breasts projected upward because of their clinging to each other, and they were too contiguous to admit any intervening space. She had a shapely nose and beautiful teeth, a lovely smile played on her lips, and she cast a sportful glance at the asuras.