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noun as in bottom

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If you do need to be vaccinated against rabies and are remembering that painful shots used to be administered in the abdomen or buttocks, there is a bit of good news.

As she proceeded to bite him on the buttocks, right arm, and above his right hip, Pieciul lay quietly, making his body as still and limp as he could.

Significantly, none of the photos showed any of these officials with their hands on someone’s breast or buttocks or running their fingers down someone’s back or across their chest.

From Time

Caning as in a spanking, basically, on the bare buttocks, with a half-inch-thick rattan cane.

Health Care As far back as the 1920s, those suffering from arthritis were often prescribed gold salt injections in their buttocks to reduce inflammation and stiffness.

From Ozy

These images of schoolgirl skirts and peekaboo buttock outlines are just the most open, unapologetic manifestation of that.

In 2012, men accounted for the remaining 6.2 percent of cosmetic buttock procedures, which was up from 2.2 percent since 1997.

Bullets struck Watkins in the left side and right buttock and grazed his face.

But there are many reasons for supposing that stimulation of the buttock is especially apt to induce sexual excitement.

This was done quickly and scientifically, and it convinced Hodge that Bascomb could not work the cross-buttock on Merriwell.

Buy a few pounds of either salt brisket, thick or thin flank, or buttock of beef; these pieces are always to be had at a low rate.

It was about the buttock, sir, which he said was done different in Spain.

He gave her a hearty smack on the buttock, then held his arms wide and said "Off."


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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to buttock, such as: backside, butt, cheek, derriere/derrière, rear end, and rump.

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