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corpulent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorpulentcor‧pu‧lent /ˈkɔːpjələnt $ ˈkɔːr-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 FATfatcorpulence noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
corpulentThen his corpulent body collapsed and gradually the noise of his drunken snoring drowned out the quiet sobbing of the Annamese girl.Stadler, meanwhile, was grimacing and snarling with every strut of his corpulent form.Over the years his hair had thinned, his figure grown more corpulent, his face redder and shinier.At this scale, a single ethanol molecule is roughly the size of a corpulent Labrador retriever.A short, somewhat corpulent man, he wore dark, double-breasted suits of discreet quality.They looked as though they had all been stamped from the same corpulent mold and sent to the same workshop for finishing.Minded by corpulent nymphets with wings and frowns, in reticence they guard their deeply embedded doubts.It went to the ceiling in corpulent puffs.
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