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- adv. In a flabby manner
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- adv. In a flabby manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a flabby manner.
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- adv. in a flabby manner
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He giggled flabbily, and sat down in a steamer chair.
Many intellectuals of the Left were flabbily pacifist up to 1935, shrieked for war against Germany in the years 1935-9, and then promptly cooled off when the war started.
If you want to see flabbily gaseous political campaigning resting on a random meaningless event look at Blair on the Bulger case.
Getty Images Saying it can double the savings it offered up just a few months ago could give the impression that Bud has been flabbily run up to now.
As I saw him that afternoon he was a very slovenly, ungainly little human being indeed, not only was his clothing altogether ugly and queer, but had you stripped the man stark, you would certainly have seen in the bulging paunch that comes from flabby muscles and flabbily controlled appetites, and in the rounded shoulders and flawed and yellowish skin, the same failure of any effort toward clean beauty.
Last but not least -- knowing the story beforehand just punctured the third act, and let all the tension hiss out flabbily.
The flabbily worded Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), rushed through Congress on September 18, 2001, gave the President his carte blanche:
She was a flabbily pretty, weakly flirtatious woman of forty-two or three, in an atrocious flowery hat.
Suits which looked worn and glossless while they were still new, flabbily draped on dummies like corpses with painted cheeks.
FRAUENZIMMER: and down the shelving shore flabbily, their splayed feet sinking in the silted sand.