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boody

and boodie and bootie and booty
1. n. the buttocks. (Potentially offensive. Usually objectionable.) Look at the nice little boody on that guy.
2. n. someone or something disliked. (From sense 1) Why don’t you clean up all this boody? This place is a mess. Don’t be such a bootie!
3. n. the female genitals; the vulva and vagina. (Usually objectionable.) He wants to get into her boody.
4. n. women considered as a receptacle for the penis. (Rude and derogatory.) He likes boody better than anything.
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Boody after reviewing a couple of examples on a PowerPoint presentation that showed the paths of helicopters that did not follow the designated routes said, That s what Jeff and I will be doing all summer long, talking about these problems.
Students who perceive they can succeed at learning are more likely to improve in attitude and achievement (Dunn & DeBello, 1999) and to feel less alienated and more accepted in schools (Hanson & Boody, 1998; Lee, 1999; Knight & Kneese, 1999; Sheets & Gay, 1996).
Grandma Boody, being something of a tradition among local baseball regulars, was stung when a new usher showed concern over her sitting in an unscreened box between third base and home.
Edited from manuscript by Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter.
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Casino, like all Scorsese's darker films, is a tragedy about people who are brought down by their own character flaws, and by the built-in boody traps of the system they choose to work within, and hope--desperately and foolishly--to beat.
0 psi) load to simulate the effect of an infant's boody weight.
Supplementing these familiar categories will be textiles, collages, and sundry objects, including a "large boody [sic] pottery dish.
Brooks also commissioned the College's award-winning Taylor and Boody Organ, designed in the tradition of 16th and 17th century Dutch and north German organs, which was completed and dedicated in 1985.
Edited from a manuscript by Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter.