Definition of booty call in English:

booty call

noun

US
informal
  • A sexual invitation or rendezvous.

    • ‘At first David thinks this is a booty call, but grows suspicious when Julie begins to lecture David on the consequences of sex with her.’
    • ‘I bet you think this is a booty call, don't you?’
    • ‘I didn't want my next movie to seem like a booty call.’
    • ‘But let's face it, no one's even coming through on the booty calls here.’
    • ‘He knew very well that Candace's only interest was a booty call, sex with completely no strings attached.’
    • ‘Either you're looking for money or wanting a booty call.’
    • ‘You're a dumped, legitimately confused guy who made a booty call and happened to tell the truth about it to someone who wasn't prepared to deal.’
    • ‘I think that is forbidden by the Christian church, though, so if you plan on being a Christian fundamentalist, get all your booty calls out of the way beforehand.’
    • ‘The first level of relationship that you can participate in is the booty call as was suggested by the text immediately above this paragraph.’
    • ‘Whenever you're frustrated about something, you come by here for a booty call.’
    • ‘Jaded gay audiences may question the notion of an Internet booty call leading to love at first sight, but in this movie's daffy atmosphere of romantic pixie dust, it plays convincingly.’
    • ‘Outside, Simone decides it's time for a booty call but gets Tad's voicemail - and that's hard since he's sitting next to her.’
    • ‘This is about the one-night stands, long-term losers, maintenance booty calls and fantasy flings.’
    • ‘I especially love it when you act on that feeling and place the booty call… and then you pass out.’
    • ‘They begin a whirlwind romance that has them sneaking away for covert booty calls while the others work like Pharaoh's slaves.’
    • ‘I'm not a sex on the first date kind of girl, and I'm definitely not the random booty call type.’
    • ‘As far as he was concerned it was an unemotional no-strings-attached sex-based relationship, a booty call arrangement.’
    • ‘And thus I reasoned that drunken booty calls were a bad idea.’
    • ‘Rather than writing a bunch of gregarious, funky booty calls, White writes endearing, romantic lyrics with music that matches.’
    • ‘At the penthouse, Erica makes a booty call - and Kendall shows up.’

Origin

1990s: from booty and call.