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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpudgypudg‧y /ˈpʌdʒi/ adjective  FATfairly fat the baby’s pudgy little legspudginess noun [uncountable]
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pudgyI hate my stomach - it's a bit pudgy.He's short, pudgy, and bald.Rossi burst into another peal of giggles as he put a pudgy arm around Harry's shoulder.Her pudgy face was very pale and her eyes looked as bad as Jinny's felt.The Kelda waddled into the shadows and returned with her pudgy fists clenched.Somebody had pulled his gold wedding ring off his pudgy hand.A few feet away a pudgy man in his sixties finished one pack of Marlboros and started another.Loppy-eared Leo, a pudgy walker hound, found himself all alone when his owner moved away.
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