blubbery blubbery

Definition(s):

  • (adj) swollen with fat

Usage(s):

  1. The source of this blubbery oaf's X-rated capital is the London advertising business.
  2. In the place of one pasty, blubbery tourist, imagine five.

News

  1. Can Captivity Kill?: New documentary targets SeaWorld

    Related: “Blackfish” Documentary Echoes Seaworld San Antonio Troubles A slick black lump of blubbery flesh flops around on a ledge in a shallow pool of water while an audience—who’d come here to be entertained and, hopefully, educated—watches. Whether they’ll find the next few minutes entertaining is debatable, but they are about to get an education. The rain is beating down on the pools at ...
    on August 7, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current

  2. New documentary 'Blackfish' puts SeaWorld on the offense

    A slick black lump of blubbery flesh flops around on a ledge in a shallow pool of water while an audience – who’d come here to be entertained and, hopefully, educated – watches. Whether they’ll find the next few minutes entertaining is debatable, but they are about to get an education. The rain is beating down on the pools at SeaWorld Orlando, so the show everyone’s come to see has been ...
    on August 7, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly

Quotes

  • "Dick, who was brilliant, is portrayed as half a moron - sort of a blubbery, fat slob, which he wasn't," Irving said.
    on Feb 9, 2006 By: Clifford Irving Source: Summit Daily News

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