Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a pouch; baggy

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Examples

  • The Bank of the West at 87th and Center was held up by a man about 6 feet tall, slender with "pouchy" stomach.

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  • In his place at the table had materialized a man named Warren, handsome in a decadent, pouchy way, with sleek, dark hair combed straight back.

  • Bad posture makes your boobs look droopy and your tummy pouchy.

    Oh No She Didn’t

  • He was grizzled, pale-skinned, pouchy beneath the eyes and around the jowls.

    Venom

  • Georgia smiled wanly, her eyes still resting on her pouchy sweater, expanding and retracting with each breath.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • But then he smoothed his pouchy face into a small smile, and again his gaze strayed through the door to where Allie and Amanda were having a catch.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Already, looking down at the piles of papers on his desk, then back up at Ruby with quick, almost silvery eyes set incongruously in a pouchy, sallow face, he seemed ready to ask her to leave his office.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Its waist is directly beneath her chest, and the skirt squeezes its way down her pouchy stomach, over her bulging thighs, to end in a hideous, flouncing petal-cut hem at her knees.

    THE EXILE OF GIGI LANE

  • All my male Irish Catholic elders wound up looking pouchy and potato-like, with thick, full heads of white hair just like Teddy's.

    To This Partisan Irish Catholic, More Change We Can Believe In

  • All my male Irish Catholic elders wound up looking pouchy and potato-like, with thick, full heads of white hair just like

    To This Partisan Irish Catholic, More Change We Can Believe In

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