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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpodgypodg‧y /ˈpɒdʒi $ ˈpɑː-/ adjective British English  x-refanother form of pudgy
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podgyHe's cute, and podgy.Francis was too fat, his face was podgy and he had a paunch.The statues of Faith, Hope and Charity, with podgy cherubs, remained in London.One is podgy loser Philippe, a cultural philosopher who for years has been failing to get his doctorate accepted.Your face will be more likely to have a dull complexion, with podgy, sagging cheeks and double chin.Their hands - podgy, thin, freckled or pale - touched everything, prodding, caressing, tickling, squeezing.
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