from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A paunchy or big-bellied condition.
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- noun The state or condition of being
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- noun the bodily property of a protruding belly
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The more casual disregard he had for flaunting his hint of paunchiness, the greater number of stretch marks he fearlessly displayed, the more exciting I found him because of the trust and intimacy it symbolized.
He was nearing sixty with the kind of paunchiness that had only now begun to show in his face; at first appearance he seemed groomed and well dressed.
This is a new species, rather smaller than the leche, and in shape has more of paunchiness than any antelope I ever saw.
In spite of years of conscientious weight-lifting, Gary -- of medium height and slender build, despite a recent tendency toward paunchiness -- had never looked particularly comfortable with his body.
He says that before this time, Chinese horses were small, with large heads, coarse extremities, a ewe neck, and an inclination to paunchiness.
Between forty and fifty, that span of years which begin the first slight gradations from the apex of life, the gray hair, upstanding like a thick-bristled brush off Mr. Haas's brow, had not so much as whitened, or the slight paunchiness enhanced even the moving-over of a button.
But the Muslim world is slowly heading towards paunchiness: the median age in Muslim-majority countries was 19 in 1990.
Anthony Weigh's 2,000 Feet Away, his chiselled features and honed physique disobeyed references in the script to the character's doughnut-guzzling and paunchiness.
A tall, lean young man without the paunchiness of links of london middle-age or even the mature roundness of the thirties.
Patrick Wilson as Dan Dreiberg (aka Nite Owl II) is startling in his paunchiness and impotence.