blubber blubber  /b ˈlə bər/


  1. (n) an insulating layer of fat under the skin of whales and other large marine mammals; used as a source of oil
  2. (n) excess bodily weight
  3. (v) cry or whine with snuffling
  4. (v) utter while crying


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  1. That moment, of course, is the nude wrestling match between Borat, a hairy beanpole of a broadcaster from Kazakhstan, and his producer, a mountain of bearded blubber.
  2. However, Eskimos piled whale and walrus blubber at the back door in case blubber was needed for fuel.
  3. In an industry where rehab stints and extramarital affairs are merely topics to blubber about to Barbara Walters, Cruise's oddball behavior clearly wasn't the whole problem.


  • 'Tiger Eyes,' the movie, a gift from Judy Blume to her long-time fans

    Judy Blume, a New Jersey native, and iconic writer did this movie for her fans in their 20s, 30s and 40s, the women who write to her regularly about the impact she had on them when they were girls passing around dog-eared copies of “Forever” after spending their younger years reading “Freckle Juice,” “Blubber” and the “Fudge” series.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: The Record

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  1. On the March 21 broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio show, The Glenn Beck Program, Beck called Rosie O'Donnell, co-host of ABC's The View, a "fat witch," claimed that O'Donnell has "blubber ...... just pouring out of her eyes," and...
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: Beck Source: Media Matters for America

  2. "Researchers have found having sex twice a week can help bolster a person's immune system, burn excess blubber, and ease anxiety," Zinczenko said. "The benefits for men also include a reduced risk of prostate cancer and lower odds of a heart...
    on Apr 17, 2008 By: David Zinczenko Source: Reuters

  3. But a source close to Kerry, 28, told us: "We're all really worried for her. She's got it into her head hoovering out the blubber is the only quick fix answer because it took her from a bloated 14-stone size 16 to a size six last year. But look what...
    on Aug 8, 2009 By: Kerry Katona Source: NOTW Blogs

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