Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Laden with booty; carrying off booty.

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Examples

  • Its for kids three and under - so its all the diaper bootied, fat bellied, big-headed little tantrum machines doing circuits on the trampoline, the hanging bars, etc.

    Grouchy Girl

  • In fact, we'll take it a step further and say it: this big-bootied hipster is an all-out hot mess.

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • Your piece was definitely bootied, and rightfully so.

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  • Now the infant has apparently arrived, following in the golden-bootied footsteps of Benji Brin, billionaire baby boy of Page's co-founder Sergey Brin and wife Anne Wojcicki.

    Gawker

  • The big bootied socialite, known for little more than her plump derriere, is totally

    Celebrity Smack! Gossip & Entertainment Blog

  • Maybe because i knew her before she knew herself, maybe because we share the same obscure french middle name, for whatever reason we have a connection. we make eye contact and then she just blooms into this smile thats so big that her arms fly out and her little bootied feet kick and her entire neck disappears into this double chin that makes me want to lay my head on her tummy and hum. she is the sweetest thing. previous - next

    i-claudius Diary Entry

  • The buxom model, best known as Ice-T’s ample-bootied beauty, was left throughly peeved last week when a photo of her impressive derriere was yanked from MySpace and later got her TwitPic account bounced by Twitter.

    Coco Is A Woman Of Many Talents

  • Now here’s what you need to know about Sunshine: She was one of only about twenty black girls in the stable of dozens of dancers who were mostly white, blond, flat bootied, and big boobied—just the way the mostly white, extremely wealthy clientele liked their dancers.

    Never Make the Same Mistake Twice

  • Once bootied-up, we pad into the nursery room where all French baby babble ceases and about 15 chubby faces simultaneously stare, like puppies at a pound, to see if you’ve come to bust them loose.

    La Coquette:

  • What I saw was twenty ton contact lens, slumped into the rudiments of its curved shape, and through the generosity of both Corning and the Gemini team, I and my collaborator Larry Klein were able to make one of the most spectacular purely visual scenes we've ever shot - images of the giant blank, lit blue from below, being gently swept by a pair of moon-bootied men, to be followed by the amazing slow dance of lifting the mirror up and into its crate.

    The Inverse Square Blog

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