Also, bootee. a usually soft, sometimes disposable sock or bootlike covering for the foot or shoe, as for informal wear, warmth, or protection:
quilted booties for après-ski; germfree, throwaway booties for surgical teams.
bootee (def 1).
spoil taken from an enemy in war; plunder; pillage.
something that is seized by violence and robbery.
any prize or gain.
Slang. the buttocks.
the vulva and vagina.
women regarded as sex objects.
shake one’s booty, Slang.
to swing the hips and buttocks from side to side.
to dance with energy and enthusiasm.
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a variant of bootee
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noun (pl) -ties
any valuable article or articles, esp when obtained as plunder
(slang) the buttocks
The female body as a sex object You can listen to it, but you can shake your booty to it too
The sex act; sex; ass: The heroines are giving up some booty (1920s+ Black)
the practice of dealing with scofflaws by attaching a boot to the wheel of a car, immobilizing it until its owner reports to the police or pays delinquent fines. a covering of leather, rubber, or the like, for the foot and all or part of the leg. Chiefly British. any shoe or outer foot covering […]
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