meaning “rear end rubbed smooth,” or more simply, “buttless;” deriving from the myth of Theseus, who got his butt stuck to a cursed rock in hell, and had to leave some of it behind in the process of getting unstuck.

Origin: Greek mythology.

Anyonym: thicc.

In a sentence: Kamala Harris spanked Pence so thoroughly in Wednesday’s debate, they call him Hypolipence now.

In another sentence: “Kamala Harris spanked Pence Hypolipsos into a new understanding of what it means to ‘turn the other cheek.'”

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