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synonyms for over-weight

  • corpulent
  • obese
  • pudgy
  • fat
  • gross
  • heavy
  • outsize
  • plump
  • stout
  • ample
  • bulky
  • fleshy
  • hefty
  • huge
  • massive
  • overfed
  • overstuffed
  • portly
  • rotund
  • upholstered
  • weighty
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antonyms for over-weight

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  • skinny
  • slight
  • thin
  • lean
  • slender
  • underweight
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