266) leads to a description of a depressed and corpulent
man, imbibing excessive alcohol to staunch his pains, raging at Jonson's successes while Jonson came at the last to gloat over his rival's demise.
Two-hundred-and-eighty-pound Henry Knox was the first to cross the room and the tall Virginian threw his arms around the corpulent
artilleryman with whom he had been in the field since 1775.
and probably conceals more about this author's innermost life than it in fact reveals, this latest offering from a venerable writer once again puts on display the sensual, almost corpulent
language and imagination that are the hallmarks of spellbinder Bevilacqua's literary ragbag of tricks and wonders.
All these combine to make most of us corpulent
, both spiritually and physically.
In his most popular print, a quite corpulent
mermaid - Johnson calls her "Mama Manatee" - sits out of the water on a wooden trestle and blows a conch shell.
JOHN DALY, the corpulent
pro golfer, on why he dislikes flying: "They don't have McDonald's up there.
The wind raises eddies of dust on Iqaluit's gravel roads as residents swat at the slow, corpulent
The wafting sent of musty cheese hangs in the entryway overripe with a seasonal display of corpulent
As for his corpulent
characters, Botero says: "They don't seem that fat to me.
Standing on the sideline near the visiting team's bench, a corpulent
, red-faced man kept screaming that the visitors were playing dirty football.
military drains our resources with human misery as its only product.
Hawaiian chiefs were literally big men, corpulent
hulks who collected tribute from the populace to support their constant royal feasting.