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  • adv. In a fatty way.


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  • You're dead, we're dead and Stephen lives fattily ever after. '

    Quite Ugly One Morning

  • The internal organs are found to be fattily degenerated, and death is thought to be due to acetonuria.

    Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

  • Then he lit a pipe which was made in his own image, and smiled fattily.

    The Enormous Room

  • It was in June, the year of America's Great Step, that Emma, examining her household, pronounced it fattily degenerate, with complications, and performed upon it a severe and skilful surgical operation.

    Half Portions

  • The thwarted boyish soul that persisted in Mr. Schwirtz's barbered, unexercised, coffee-soaked, tobacco-filled, whisky-rotted, fattily degenerated city body shone through his red-veined eyes.

    The Job An American Novel


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