flabby flabby  /f ˈlæ bi/


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


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  1. In fight 1, the battle of the child stars, Barry Williams entered the ring like an old man ready to die, sunken-eyed and flabby.
  2. And this time, he had more to fret about than staged intimacy and flabby bloviating.
  3. His body was so frail that it seemed as if a gust of wind could blow it over; his face was sallow and flabby, his eyes were watery, his hands trembled.


  • The American Table: Hot sauce and honey combine for great grilled chicken wings

    Wings rarely are made at home because they are associated with deep frying, something most home cooks don’t want to bother with. But truth is, they are so much better grilled. When you grill them, the meat is tender and juicy and the burnished skin is crisp, not flabby.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent


  1. "The changes he announced last week would mean more of the flabby, woolly, 'theme-based' teaching this report warns us about," said shadow Children's secretary Michael Gove.
    on Jul 20, 2007 By: Michael Gove Source: InTheNews.co.uk

  2. Goldberg stated, "There is as much of a chance of me returning to the wrestling ring as there is me to become a mixed martial artists, and that's zero chance. I am tired of watching these 50-year-old wrestlers coming back with their flabby bodies...
    on Nov 18, 2007 By: Bill Goldberg Source: Wrestling-Edge.com

  3. "If Jason Bourne looks a little flabby, that's on me," said Matt. "But this is someone's actual life. I didn't want to let him down. It wasn't going to be for any lack of effort, which was what the team were famous for. They were known for...
    on Feb 4, 2010 By: Matt Damon Source: Scottish Daily Record

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