flab flab  /f ˈlæb/


  • (n) loose or flaccid body fat


  1. This is Clooney doing a De Niro, growing a beard and cocooning himself in flab.
  2. Unfortunately, Colbert will have to wait at least until tomorrow to conquer space-flab, as this morning's scheduled launch was scrubbed.
  3. It takes a star, George Clooney, known for his sex appeal and hides him behind a thick beard and a ring of flab.



  1. A source close to Daniel, 18, said: "He put on a lot of flab around his middle over Christmas, but starts rehearsals this summer for Equus on Broadway. He wants to be in peak condition by then."
    on Jan 11, 2008 By: Daniel Radcliffe Source: Showbiz Spy

  2. "He looks good," manager Ron Washington said. "I don't see the flab or the fat."
    on Feb 17, 2009 By: Ron Washington Source: MLB.com

  3. "We need to cut the flab. We need to be lean, mean and efficient," said Vijay Mallya, Chairman of Kingfisher Airlines.
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Vijay Mallya Source: MSN India

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