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obese

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishobeseo‧bese /əʊˈbiːs $ oʊ-/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 FATvery fat in a way that is unhealthysee thesaurus at fat
Examples from the Corpus
obeseAt least 25% of Americans are considered obese.Glenda is not just fat, she's obese.If these lives are sedentary then we risk becoming unfit and obese.In some age-groups more than 50 % of women were obese.Regularity of meals remains important, especially for the obese.It is helpful to classify patients with Type 2 diabetes into obese and non-obese.He may not be clinically obese, but he certainly needs to lose a lot of weight.a special summer camp for obese children and teensThose who were out-and-out obese had a 40 percent higher risk.Tables 7-1 and 7-2 include examples of the obese infant and obese child.The care bill for obese people is larger than that for victims of tobacco smoking.Morbidly obese, the doctors said.
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