Derriere: Word of the Day

Derriere, n.

The buttocks; rump.

She was known for many things, but mostly for being callipygian of derriere.

Alternate usage:

He hated living near the dairy.  It was the smell, mostly, what he called the “derriere.” (If you say it out loud, it makes sense)

How will you use derriere in a sentence today?  (Or callipygian for that matter?)


2 responses to “Derriere: Word of the Day

  1. Too much for me. I can only think in one dimension!

  2. My brother worked on a dairy farm . . . he often smelled of derriere.

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