Definitions

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  • adj. Of significant girth; wide.

Etymologies

girth +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Like, remember "girthy" franks? posted by Ann Althouse at 8:46 AM

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • (Levi admits that producers had asked him to audition for the role of the usually beefy God of Thunder, but told them no. “I†™ m tall and in pretty good shape, but I†™ m not big and girthy like that, ” he says.) via USA Weekend

    Chuck not a Warrior | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • And to think all it took was the long, girthy thrust of Belgian law.

    Scott Janssen: Catholic Church Violated by Karmic Thrust

  • I've loved two pets that were on the girthy side and Hondo and Fabian are perfect representations, just the wrong color!

    Hondo & Fabian (copy)

  • Defining a universal standard of body beauty once seemed a fool's dream; common sense said that if spindly Twiggy and Rubens's girthy Three Graces could all excite admiration, then nearly anyone could.

    The Biology Of Beauty

  • The official boat of the Bassmaster Classic, this rig has all the right features: a girthy 94-inch beam, a 44-plus-gallon live well, 54 gallons of fuel storage, a 28-quart ice chest, and cushy shock-loaded seats.

    How to Rig the Ultimate Bass Boat

  • You know, real, girthy conversations, real meaty stuff about the real deal for these folk, how difficult it may be for them.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2008

  • Somewhere towards the end of this very long, girthy list, is "upload photos."

    List and a Baby

  • This river — broad, deep, and nearly devoid of boat traffic at this time of year except for the occasional big tug — is a health club for girthy cats.

    How, When, and Where to Fish for Trophy Catfish

  • I mean, I already feel uncomfortable and ungainly at these things, like I'm ten pounds too girthy to be cool.

    art, phart.

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