n. e•pants•i•pa’tion. 1. To free from pants, dungarees, trousers; to pull down someone’s pants against his will.
"Information becomes a distraction, diversion, a form of entertainment rather than a tool of empowerment; rather than a means of epantsipation."
-- Barack H. Obama in a speech to Hampton graduates.
“Let’s epantsipate Joe Biden in the cabinet meeting again this afternoon.”