from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Somewhat fat.
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- adj. Somewhat fat
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat fat; inclined to fatness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. somewhat fat
He was not the most alluring of men: small 5ft 5in, fattish, domineering and opinionated.
A fattish woman approaching middle age was complaining in a monotonously high-pitched voice, halfway between a harangue and a wail, about her three daughters who were aged twelve, thirteen and fourteen respectively.
And Don Quixote gazed down at the two men in the bed, at the first man who was fattish and long-lashed and who, though his arms were flabby and weak (and not firm and well-muscled like those of his wiry, brooding companion), nevertheless acted with the lingua of his body in a protective, cuddling way, or so it seemed to Don Quixote.
She was fattish, with big soft cheeks and kindly eyes.
Then, when the future master of grilling appliances tired from flinging his fattish hobbitses body around, Ali goes in for the kill.
Groo should be short, fattish and ethnic olive skinned – italian or greek, Will is a tall pale Irishman.
Mebbe zay weel play 2 minnits wit a toy, den zay are going beck to slipping zay are da berry fattish kittehs.
Bad's bad hair years....it was a somewhat fattish curling iron, right...that got the curl in the bangs just so?
Bad casting, as Helena is supposed to be tall and thin and I was short and fattish.
LOLZ if u wuz to nooter himz, he wood be all fattish and aingrie
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