corpulent[ kawr-pyuh-luh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF corpulent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORPULENT
He left the ellipsis to be filled in by the corpulent blackguard's intelligence.
What harm could visit him if he yielded to this corpulent adventurer's insistence?
He was as tall as the captain was short—as thin as his superior was corpulent.
The corpulent and swarthy Hicks stood dejectedly before her.
He was a corpulent, florid man, purse-proud, and self-sufficient.
He was in his late and corpulent forties and was something of a dandy.
He was a corpulent old Swiss, who had the look of a veteran traveller.
The house of the hostess triumphs, and is corpulent of wealth and splendor.
Here, then, was the corpulent country-girl his imagination had fancied!
Old Rochford smiled with his air of tranquil wisdom and corpulent age.