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adjective as in containing an oily substance

adjective as in productive, rich

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Example Sentences

So, this recommendation could very well serve to make a nation of fat people even fatter.

This is, after all, exactly what obese people tell us—the more they diet, the fatter they get.

Pandora, for her part, muses, “Fat itself was depressing, which made him fatter.”

For 50 years Americans have been getting fatter because of faulty diet advice from health authorities and the government.

Make thin friends, exactly because they will make you feel fatter.

And he was not slow to notice that his visitor looked fatter each time he saw him.

In our valley the boys have a fashion of being born long, and getting shorter and fatter as they grow older.

Riches go the rich, lean ones grow leaner, while the fat ones grow fatter.

And after ten days, their faces appeared fairer and fatter than all the children that ate of the king's meat.

Being come, I found her and her maid and dogg very well, and herself grown a little fatter than she was.


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fatter, such as: bulky, obese, bulging, hefty, large, and chunky.

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