loot in the boot
 n.— «My shape is that of a slightly distorted heavy pear: slender, Chabella-like shoulders and a gently rising collarbone cast lines that soften and swell past a high waist to what Amy and I refer to as “loot in the boot”—hips that escape spread fingerspans—then the line returns.» —“The Opposite House” by Helen Oyeyemi New Statesman (London, United Kingdom) Apr. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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