flabbiness flabbiness


  • (n) a flabby softness



  1. Images do have a way of pushing out ideas on television, but that is no excuse for the intellectual flabbiness of Television.
  2. But there was considerable speculation that his flabbiness and frailty were really due to radioactive cobalt treatments for a disease thought to be cancer of the bone marrow.
  3. He loves Adolf Hitler as well as he loves us, and there is in his preaching record a strange tendency towards flabbiness and Fascism.
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languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /