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EtymologyEdit

fat +‎ buttock +‎ -ed

AdjectiveEdit

fat-buttocked

  1. (rare) steatopygous, big-buttocked
    • 2003, Alys Clare, Fortune like the Moon[1], →ISBN:
      Gluttony, rotund and fat-buttocked, was upturned into a barrel of excrement; Anger, face contorted with rage and agony, had his skull prised open and his brains sucked out by hunchbacked devils.
    • 2007, Paul Morris“, Roasting the Pig: A Vision of Cluny, Cockaigne and the Treatise of Garcia of Toledo[2], →ISBN:
      Indeed, he transforms his superior into the very personification of gluttony: “... he was fat, oily, refined, rotund, heavy, ponderous, weighty, massive, cyclopean, a giant in body, broad-chested, deep-bellied, fat-buttocked, his eyes set wide apart, with a jutting forehead, a ferocious countenance, commanding of respect, with a good shock of hair and a bull-neck.”