American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Soft fatty body tissue.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In botany, the cap of any large mushroom. Also flap.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Loose or flaccid body fat.
- n. loose or flaccid body fat
- Back-formation from flabby. (Wiktionary)
- Back-formation from flabby. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Of course, like any broad, she takes off until the flab is run off the love-handles, but remember that it was the ship Jenny that got the real one to come around, and considering what it went through at the hands of a mildly-retarded man-child (the fucking thing went through a dock for Chrissakes), that it floated around long enough to produce anything is amazing.”
“The only thing "real" about snookie besides her flab is her herpes/hep”
“Also, the Finance Ministry claims that under Brodet, during the years 2008 to 2010, the defense establishment was supposed to cut NIS 3 billion in "flab" and to use that money to strengthen its force.”
“Courteney Cox was "scared to death" of showing her "flab" on camera.”
“Courteney Cox was "scared to death" of showing her "flab" on camera ....”
“Even people who are not obese might be happy to part with a couple of pounds of "flab", suggested the researchers.”
“Bollywood is an industry where audiences by and large like 'flab'.”
“-- the edit removes more than "flab": it discards the furniture of real speech, which includes the routine repetitions and qualifications that cushion conversation.”
“-the edit removes more than "flab": it discards the furniture of real speech, which includes the routine repetitions and qualifications that cushion conversation.”
“Check “Spice It Up” on page 122 for plenty of other ways to increase flavor without increasing flab.”
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