flabbier flabbier


  • (adj) out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance


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  1. The magazine originally wanted a more strictly personal account, without advice to fellow, flabbier Americans.
  2. Barrymore's burlesque of himself proved more bumpy than bumptious, his ad libs flabbier than flip.
  3. A fast runner might plot a lengthier indirect course over clear ground, whereas a canny, perhaps flabbier orienteer might take the shorter, riskier route of a direct bearing.
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