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- adj. Without hips.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having hips which are not prominent; seeming to have no hips; ; -- of people. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or seeming to have no hips
I was seven -- and hipless -- the first time, scared shitless and moving to an island where the sun never shines.
Imagine if Levi Strauss stopped making roomy, Relaxed Fit, Plenty of Room for Your Big Butt models and instead produced jeans primarily targeting skinny Frenchmen and hipless Thais?
But then, it has long been said that fashion is a con-trick by largely gay male designers to make women look more like men: breastless, hipless, as skinny as a boy.
Many modern young women bobbed their hair in variations of gender-bending pageboy styles, the corset-less look that Poiret popularized and increasing female recreational athletic activity hastened a fad for flat chested, hipless, boyish female figures, and the garçonne became synonymous with the stylish flappers.
She was a mesmeric wisp of a girl, pale and hipless, completely self-contained.
However, as soon as someone without hips in Taos is polled, be prepared for Chris Matthews to lament that Obama cannot connect with the hipless hippies in Hispanola America despite having months to close the deal.
Is Demi Moore airbrushed hipless on the cover of the December issue of W?
The book is lovely and the directions easy, but the skirt designs are made for slim, hipless younguns.
Next day, when the steamer came in, Baptista saw her husband rush down to meet it; and soon after there appeared at her door four tall, hipless, shoulderless girls, dwindling in height and size from the eldest to the youngest, like a row of Pan pipes; at the head of them standing Heddegan.
I'm also very thickwaisted, and relatively hipless, with very long, skinny legs.
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