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n. pl. boo·dies Vulgar Slang
Variant of booty2.

[Alteration of booty.]


vb (intr) , boodies, boodying or boodied
to sulk
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Boody (Abdelrahman Sha'lan), known by his wrestling name "Osunaarashi" (the great sand storm), is the first Sumo wrestler of his kind ever to make it to the professional Sumo world in Japan.
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