fatness[ fat-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF fatness
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Fatness was another of the accusations which McNeice hurled against the bishops.
Enormous was his fatness,—so great as to give him the appearance of an ox (bufalo).
Their eyes stand out with fatness; they have more than heart could wish.
One can understand, perhaps, how it comes about that fatness is admired in the East.
He asked her to marry him, and his fatness hovered above her like an avalanche.
On account of his fatness he cannot yet kneel long, but falls over sideways.
For the truth was that he had been tempted by Grayking's fatness.
You work so hard that you have all but one aim, and that is fatness and ease!'
We take, indeed, strong hold of the earth; we absorb its fatness.
Their eyes stand out with fatness, they have more than heart could wish.