botty

botty

(ˈbɒtɪ)
n, pl -ties
slang the buttocks
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Who'll be left with frostbite on their botty as the 10 remaining celebrities desperately try to avoid stacking it in front of millions of viewers?
Not while money is tighter than a duck's botty in a boating pond.
Singer Martha Reeves and, below in the sixties with The Vandellas, Rosalyn Ashford and Botty Kelly
But if it doesn't come at Dens Park next weekend (and it probably won't) and Killie beat Thistle (which they might) then it's squeaky botty time all round.
And the mum-of-two known as The Body showed off a still-sensational figure that could easily earn her a fresh nickname of The Botty.
Mum said "all of him", Aunty liked his perfect lips and gummy windy smile the best while Me couldn't decide between his downy shoulders, the soft bits behind his knees, his little botty and the way he gazes towards the light.
DAVID Beckham's much-loved rear has been substituted by a botty double in the new TV advert for his undies.
And I'll never forget the poignant afternoon when the late, great editor Ken Botty took his last walk through the newsroom on his way out the door and into retirement.
Mr Botterill, 44, who has clinched seven business awards and written a best-selling book called The Botty Rules offering advice to small firms wanting to succeed, said: "This campaign is a fantastic way for the general public to show their support for local, independent businesses.
With Natalie spending up to eight hours a day bouncing her botty on beds she has to take extra special care of her derriere, with regular moisturising and being careful not to wear any hard wearing materials, like denim.
He was commissioned to a new comedy play about prostate cancer awareness, De Botty Business, which is touring England.