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  • s  somewhat fat

  • No frills and furbelows will bedeck their billowing bosoms; no petticoats will swathe their fattish calves; no bushy beards will sway from their chubby chins.
  • From East West they came, 55 of them, fattish and full of memories.
  • Heloise and Abelard, separated for life, long for each other and finally share a grave; Byron, fair, fattish and 40, dies of fever at Missolonghi; Goethe walks through the night .
Quotes

  • Helen Mirren in USA Today
    Absolutely not. I think of myself as an Essex girl battling through life. That's how I feel,says Mirren, who describes herself as "short and fattish" in the book. "How other people see me is another matter, but I can't control that....
  • Rosie O Donnell in 411mania.com
    On her blog, Rosie called O'Reilly "a fattish ...... man of paralyzing stupidity, a mass of imbecile enthusiasms."

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