- s out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance
flabby around the middle
- 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.
- Then, quicker than you could say, "Florida's electoral college votes," that great, flabby, inchoate entity, the Democratic party, morphed into a disciplined Leninist organization .
- Some of the leads in his movies dwell in a state of barely suppressed panic (Carell, Cera); but most are guys comfortable in their own skin, however flabby or unsightly it may be.
- Michael Gove in InTheNews.co.uk
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.
- Bill Goldberg in Wrestling-Edge.com
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...
- Matt Damon in Scottish Daily Record
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...