Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Containing lard; full of lard; of the nature of lard.
- adj. Resembling or containing (perhaps an excess of) lard.
- adj. colloquial, pejorative, of a person fat or overweight.
- n. slang, pejorative An obese person.
- n. A lardy cake.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Containing, or resembling, lard; of the character or consistency of lard.
“Women decided this kind of lardy exhibitionism wasn't something that they wanted to aspire to and took their custom elsewhere.”
“In here there is a recipe for a Cotswold Cake, and the recipe is for a kind of lardy cake - that it to say a sweet dough based caked, made with lard and dried fruits.”
“When the dainty shadings of taste are over-shadowed by a "lardy" flavor, the _true_ taste of the food itself is lost.”
“The big guy and I, and his friend, an even bigger guy, started going to the local indoor pool 3 nights a week last year to try and drop some lardy bits and gain some fitness.”
“In an official photo released by the Korean Central News Agency, Eun appears scary and lardy.”
“Yes, those pigs — the ones that inevitably draw the words “fatty, lardy, rich” in any word association game — in Cooking Light.”
“Oh lardy, I just thought, maybe there will be yet another “grassroot” group called the “Great American.””
“A couple in XL (not lardy just well formed) plus a long sleeve if you go to this; one in L for the lad and three in S/M for the wife and daughters.”
“He could take him out in a heartbeat—and he would when the time was right, but in the meantime, he had to get a read on how the other men backing him up would react when their lardy leader went down.”
“I hate those fat arsed pig motor"cyclist"s - buy proper bikes you lazy retards, and if you can't be arsed to pedal get on the bus with the other lardy chav scum.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘lardy’.
I should have known better, but once I got started on this, I realized it’s basically the same thing as Ruzuzu’s list “Let them eat cake”, with less cake.
Words taken from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.
Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
Looking for tweets for lardy.