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See definition of flab on Dictionary.com
  • as inlove handles
  • as inblinder
  • as infat
  • as infatness
  • as inblubber

synonyms for flab

  • bulging waistline
  • fat
  • hate handles
  • keg
  • middle age spread
  • spare tire
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How to use flab in a sentence

Army of the Dead’s chief flaw is that it’s just too long—too much of its muscle and bone is obscured by flab.
NETFLIX'S ARMY OF THE DEAD IS A HEAPING DISH OF TURN-OFF-YOUR-BRAIN ENTERTAINMENTSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMAY 21, 2021TIME
Flabby, flab′i, adj. easily moved: soft, yielding: hanging loose.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 2 OF 4: E-M)VARIOUS
He's as brown as a gipsy and not an ounce of flab about him.
PEARL OF PEARL ISLANDJOHN OXENHAM
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WORDS RELATED TO FLAB

  • blindfold
  • bluff
  • flab
  • hood
  • shade
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