n. (alternative spelling of cooch English)
Usage examples of "cootch".
The way he was jumping around last time, that tickler was going to cootch him to pieces in a week.
They got going, the motor sounding like a P40, and the car shaking like a cootch dancer in a carnival.
Yet her dancing was never styled to be provocative, nothing like the cootch dancer Little Egypt of an earlier generation.