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- r in a flabby manner
the old man's muscles were sagging flabbily
- This time the author of Look Back in Anger has no brilliantly disgruntled intellectual for a hero, but a flabbily disintegrating vaudevillian.
- Such macho rhetoric often goes flabbily vague at the critical moment: Does "what has to be done" mean overthrowing Castro? Kristol does not say.