bloated[ bloh-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLOATED
And all waited on what the grotesque, bloated figure they watched might reveal.
This is a sort of bloated Manchester or Birmingham of the district.
It was the living face as he remembered it—bleared, bloated, gross, and drunken.
At all events he was a Scandinavian of some sort, and a bloated monopolist to boot.
The young man had a disagreeable swagger and a bloated face.
The muscular body and dark, handsome face were bloated and pale.
"We are not so —— soft as swallow that," said the bloated smith.
Its face was bloated to such an extent as to prevent recognition.
Bloated and swollen, the effect of excess; and heedless and indifferent to consequences.
You call us selfish, purple-faced, bloated, and other pretty names.