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flabby

adjective A nonmedical term referring to a body region with a paucity in muscle tone or tissue resilience and an excess of adipose tissue. Flabby is typically used as a euphemism for overweight and/or having a lack of exercise.
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Never side-splittingly hilarious and somewhat flabbily repetitive around the midsection, even so there's laughs here you'll be remembering for weeks to come.
Everyone saw that Falwell and his kind were cut from the same mold as Osama bin Laden (however flabbily in Falwell's case).
(7.) Leo Gurko, who calls all five of the stories in Tales of Unrest "flabbily mediocre," is among the harshest critics of "The Return" in Joseph Conrad: Giant in Exile (London: Frederick Muller Limited, 1965), 241.