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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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I hate to say this but all the exercise she did had little effect on her flabby arms.
BAGHDAD, IRAQ (NINA) - Iranian President Hassan Rohani described the Arab League as a, flabby old and ineffective organization.
A chapter on preliminaries covers Tate cohomology and flabby resolutions.
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But its spin-off live tour has felt a little, well, flabby, in the last year or two - as flabby as the bingo wings on a middle-aged woman in a tango hold.
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Your last resort will be your singing prowess, my flabby mentor said.
Are my arms too flabby? Do I look as good as too flabby?
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