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- adj. Blubbery.
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After thankfully making it clear that she knew how much she had disgusted us all with her blubberous behind by acknowledging she ‘knew what she looked like’, she finished by saying:
Great sea mammal sounds began to issue from them both: a groaning against the heavy pressure of the ocean, a squirty opening of mollusk shells, a slapping of wet flippers, an exhalation of salty and humid vapors, a blubberous explosion of moby dick.
The end of that was, that they went Raving Mad, gnawing their Tongues and poor blubberous Lips to pieces [D] before they died.
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