buttocks[ buht-uh k ]SEE DEFINITION OF buttocks
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUTTOCKS
Both, almost at the same instant, raised their guns, and fired into the buttocks of the bear.
Only a small portion of the buttocks need be immersed in the hot water.
Among these areas, the buttocks must be particularly mentioned.
The most common seats are the back of the hands and the buttocks.
They are branded on the legs or buttocks, and their ears are slightly torn.
He hoisted her a little higher and absently smacked her buttocks.
The tail is sometimes glued on to the buttocks, while the scours continue.
The position of the trunk, spine and buttocks is most essential.
A 'man-eater' eats the buttocks, shoulders, and breasts first.
They are white, with a little grey on the necks, flanks, and buttocks.