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  • adj. Clad in a leotard.

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Examples

  • The girls got "leotarded" during a workout video challenge coached by '80s fitness guru Susan Powter.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Maybe he just should have said "leotarded" and left everyone except Dan Savage guessing.

    Chicagoist

  • The truth be told, (not by him of course), but really I'm missing old Georgie and his leotarded insanities from the UK scene and I'll be bitterly disappointed if he's inadvertantly shot or accidentally stoned to death by Hammas, found drowned in his hoummous or even electrified by his toothbrush in Gaza.

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • From now on, instead of saying "retard" or "that's so retarded," I'm going to say "leotard" and "that's so leotarded." emphasis mine I won't be mocking the mentally challenged, just the physically gifted.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • And then the young couple discussed how unreal Madonna's leotarded bottom looks in that video.

    Parties, leotards and celebratory tuna

  • Five hollow-cheeked, leotarded things who could have been junkies had they been healthier-looking.

    Devil's Waltz

  • In the cartoon skies over India soar a host of comic book superheros that have little to do with the leotarded titans of the West.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • At the end our bravos call them back, sweat-soldered and leotarded, back, again back - anything not to face the fact that it's over.

    University Diaries

  • And if he can't see that, well, then he's just being willfully leotarded.

    NashvilleScene.com

  • You're being a self-destructive leotard, LMHI, and your cliché male fear-of-intimacy issues are totally leotarded.

    NashvilleScene.com

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  • from Dan Savage

    "From now on, instead of saying "retard" or "that's so retarded," I'm going to say "leotard" and "that's so leotarded." I won't be mocking the mentally challenged, just the physically gifted. I will pick on the strong—and the limber—and not the weak."

    May 8, 2009