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No; Parlyment's a played-out fraud, flabby and footy, flat and faddy.
Then, valuable as dialogue is, it may be redundant, and make a play "flabby."
THE BLACK CATJOHN TODHUNTER
I put my hand on his; his hand was fat and flabby, not the firm, brown, muscular hand that I used to remember.
WILD HEATHERL. T. MEADE
The flabby individual wiped his forehead and signed to a trembling assistant.
Their flabby cravats were twisted into ropes as soon as they wound them about their throats.
EUGENIE GRANDETHONORE DE BALZAC
And the lady is flabby and fat, and carries the weight of a good many years on her back.
If the child is anemic, poorly nourished, and flabby, tonics are advisable.
The mouth was a minute, circular thing, soft and flabby looking, which opened and shut regularly with the creature's breathing.
As a friction to glandular tumours and indurations, and as a dressing to flabby and obstinate scrofulous ulcers.
Children being fed on food lacking fat generally have their teeth come late; their muscles will be flabby and bones soft.

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