booty booty  /ˈbu ti/

Definition(s):

  • (n) goods or money obtained illegally

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Buccaneers seize ships almost daily off the coast of Somalia, but the booty doesn't usually include enough T-72s to equip a tank battalion.
  2. New guardians take over the Government's bothersome booty In Florida and Texas, expensive vessels seized by the Drug Enforcement Administration clutter waterways and.
  3. But according to the Spanish, both the wreck's location and the booty recovered from it clearly point to the Mercedes.

News

  1. Chad Johnson Released From Jail, Gets A Visit From Terrell Owens

    Just when Chad Johnson thought that courtroom booty slap was going to have him trapped behind bars for 30 days, the judge who sent him to jail last week has agreed to release him today. According to reports. Chad went before a Florida judge this morning in handcuffs and was scolded by the judge for [...]
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Necole Bitchie

  2. Beauty and the Leaks: Miss USA Contestants Respond (Sort Of) to NSA Snooping

    Edward Snowden: hero or traitor? The fiery debate is burning everywhere from the U.S. Justice Department to—you guessed it—the 2013 Miss USA pageant. Besides smizing their eyes out and booty-tooching in bikinis, two of the six finalists also had to answer questions on the recent controversial NSA leaks. Let’s see what Miss Alabama Mary Margaret Read More
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The New York Observer

  3. Marc Mysterio & Flo Rida Release "Booty On The Floor" To Aid Victims of Boston Bombing

    Marc Mysterio & Flo Rida release 'Booty On The Floor' to benefit One Fund Boston exclusively on Beatport. All net proceeds will go to the families affected by the tragic April 15th Boston Marathon Attack. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10829053.htm
    on June 13, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  • "We gave them a lot of different looks," Walker said. "If we confused Booty, that would take care of Jarrett."
    on Dec 2, 2006 By: DeWayne Walker Source: USA Today

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