Definitions

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  • adj. wearing hot pants

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And perhaps it would be churlish to take offence at any comparison to Camus, hot-panted or not.

    Capturing Everyday Beauty: an Interview with Gwendoline Riley

  • The working girls were up early this morning, halter-topped and hot-panted, and as I cruised eastward on Sunset they stepped out from alleys and shadowed doorways sashaying and hooting.

    Blood Test

  • The working girls were up early this morning, halter-topped and hot-panted, and as I cruised eastward on Sunset they stepped out from alleys and shadowed doorways sashaying and hoot-lng.

    Blood Test

  • It was a flamboyant act, propped up with mountains of cocaine, and Ike -- along with the similarly hot-panted band members who emulated him -- took it everywhere.

    I Tina

  • Truly, there ain't nothing like turning up to a fashion show early Monday morning and being greeted by the sight of a hot-panted Jaime Winstone posing for a panting battalion of photographers, back curved, bum aloft, Jayne Mansfield's sobs audible on the wind, to make one come over a little Daniel Cohn-Bendit.

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