[ UK /kˈa‍ɪstɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkiɪstɝ/ ]
  1. the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
    he deserves a good kick in the butt
    are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?
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How To Use keister In A Sentence

  • You'll rest your tired keister at night in some of the Alps most inviting resorts and inns.
  • Atlanta players who attempted to show assertive self-dignity were silenced or knocked on their keisters.
  • Well, all of ya'll sittin’ around on your keisters, you're irking me if you're not taking advantage of our National Parks.
  • At the very least the company made sure all our keisters were comfortable with thick foamy pads while watching the show.
  • Wait till her fat keister is sitting at this desk," he once said (except he didn't say "keister"). Julie Farby: No-Name Bush Speechwriter's "Tell-All" Magnum Opus Will Save Journalism!
  • Those of you wandering around the base better get your keisters down there.
  • They make a flat keister plump and a plump rump irresistible. Ashleigh Speidel: BOYS + ARROWS' Catwalkable Bathing Suits
  • keister" the syndicate's constitution in his rectum, along with the master hit list which, by now, read fifty names long. Undefined
  • Popping back and forth between computers is also a pain in the keister, and having the doc readily available from all computer terminals on the planet is quite sweet. Easy is the new smart
  • Maybe his new book will persuade experts (and mainstream journalists) to sit their keisters down in those chairs and see what actually goes on in those schools.
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