pertaining to or having finely developed buttocks
the quest for the callipygian ideal
How To Use callipygian In A Sentence
- The pictures appeared as the result of her discovery by a sharp-eyed prison surgeon in Brixton Jail, where the callipygian captain was temporarily detained a fortnight ago on a charge of bankruptcy.
- Demant's utterly unique paintings are characterized by glamorous callipygian nudes, captive avian flocks, bloody images of sexual dominance, and the emotionally fraught — yet whimsical — lighting and landscapes associated with fairy tales. A Turkey Day dance recital
- Hey, Rob, I love your far-out "what if -?" scenarios, Naturally, I'd enjoy the tiger getting his tail really twisted, but don't you feel Nancy would make a fine female first fiddle, a commendable, callipygian coryphaeus? Will Republicans Find the Courage to Tell Bush and Cheney It Is Time To Go?
- I love you forever for not only knowing the word callipygian, but using it correctly in a sentance. *applause* Regretsy – Whitewash
- Clearly it is a picture of a callipygian women bending over. Regretsy – Whitewash
- The last thing I saw before I rolled the bike was the machine-gunner at Hyde Park Corner - a callipygian figure dominating the war memorial on the traffic island.
- the quest for the callipygian ideal
- I admit my soft spot for callipygian is mostly because I learned it, via temvald, from the Fucking Little Hobbit (a philosphy prof at the 'Ford, not someone's Billy Boyd fantasy). June 12th, 2004
- As a gentleman and scholar, he must rush to the defense of the brilliant, principled, and callipygian Jill.
- The Brooklyn-based magazine is hardly alone in its appreciation of callipygian cover models: Rolling Stone gave the world Jennifer Aniston's rump in March 1996 (not to mention Jim Carrey's pasty posterior a year before) and men's magazines like Smooth seem to exist solely to allow photographers to dream up new angles for capturing the curvature of models 'gluteus maximi. The Vice Guide To Covers: 'Butts Are Kinda Safe'