chubbier chubbier


  • (adj) sufficiently fat so as to have a pleasing fullness of figure



  1. He attracted attention since he was not only a foreigner but also chubbier than the locals.
  2. What's more, baby elephants born in captivity are noticeably chubbier from the start than those born in the wild.
  3. Kiel: I'm quite a bit older and chubbier and I don't have the steel teeth.


  1. "The kid's athletic even though he's on the shorter, chubbier side," Vrabel said.
    on Jan 19, 2007 By: Mike Vrabel Source: Hartford Courant

  2. "I've had to adapt what my expectations are and my self-esteem around body image," Camplin says. "That takes a bit of time - but for a normal everyday woman I look fine. I'm a bit chubbier than when I retired, and as a female that is a...
    on Feb 9, 2010 By: Alisa Camplin Source:

  3. Asked why, Fedoruk said, "My body type. When I was a rookie, I was a chubbier player. The name kind of stuck. My hips are the same width as my shoulders. It's weird when people don't call me Fridge. I don't like people calling me Todd, unless it's...
    on Dec 7, 2007 By: Todd Fedoruk Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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