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See also: bare-butt




bare +‎ butt


barebutt (not comparable)

  1. Alternative spelling of bare-butt
    • 1953, Will Henry, To Follow a Flag, Random House (1953), page 59:
      And when the old Coeur d'Alene priest said "seasoned braves" he wasn't talking about tipi Indians or mission mascots. And he wasn't talking about oldsters or squaws or barebutt kids.
    • 1980, Belinda Hurmence, Tough Tiffany, Doubleday (1980), →ISBN, page 61:
      You're bowlegged, she told her. You walk like you're riding barebutt on a porcupine.
    • 1991, Frank Chin, Donald Duk, Coffee House Press (1991), →ISBN, page 7:
      He does not want his Uncle Donald Duk to tell him again how Daddy was a terrible man to name his little boy Donald Duk, because all the bokgwai, the white monsters, will think he is named after that barebutt duck in the top half of a sailor suit and no shoes.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:barebutt.