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  • n  more than average fatness

  • Then they lose their wind, especially if they are inclined to corpulency.
  • His person was sleek though free from corpulency.
  • In appearance he resembles a jovial and prosperous farmer; his features are hardly handsome, for, like his Premier, he is inclined to corpulency and is below medium height.

  • William Coxe in Independent
    William Coxe, referring to Handel's "natural corpulency which increased as he advanced in age", noted a remark of the actor James Quinn that "his hands were feet and his fingers toes".

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