flabby

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You might have kicked her, no matter where, she did not feel kicks for she had become too fat and flabby.

Her eyes, in the centre of her flabby and grimacing face, were of celestial beauty.

If purchased ready boiled, try whether their tails are stiff, and pull up with a spring; otherwise that part will be flabby.

He was carrying a heavy hunting-crop and his flabby face was livid.

His eyes that saw nothing were bent upon Gregory's pale, flabby face.

This holds a flabby skin in shape and lends strength to a frail one.

It is something that is probably better than the soft and flabby Golden Age.

That flabby, burly man, happy and besotted, was his own father!

He felt weak and flabby and there was a strange chill at the pit of his stomach.

The spawning fish, flabby and useless, are killed in winter.

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