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  • The Irlane distill a kicking kootch they use to pickle fungus.

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  • Of a callow Salome, naively rehearsing a hootchy-kootch that would rattle a royal household and cost a man his head?

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  • Raised on belly-dancing, it was but a short hop to the hootchy-kootch.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • So this, then, is the chamber of the hootchy-kootch.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • No musician strapped into rigid notes, bars, and rests can imitate the sound and beat of windjammers trained to play to the kootch of a dancing horse or elephant, making it look as though the animal was dancing to the music rather than the other way around.

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  • She then PULLS UP HER SKIRT a bit and they have to put an "American Idol" logo over her kootch.

    From Inside the Box

  • She started being a nasty-ass kootch, just like her mom, and I told her that much, and she slapped my wrist only this time she meant it, and she said the words I will never forget.

    The Morning News

  • That's what Mrs. P keeps saying, and hell if I'm gonna disagree with that nasty kootch.

    The Morning News

  • Now let's move on to those balley girls, also sometimes called cootch dancers or cooch dancers or kooch dancers or kootch dancers, so named because they danced the hootchy-kootchy.

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  • "The jug was brought back filled with Siberian "moonshine" ... It was called "kootch" and was potently intoxicating."

    --Walter Noble Burns, A Year with a Whaler, 134–135

    April 28, 2008