adjective (flabbier, flabbiest)
- 1(Of a part of a person’s body) soft, loose, and fleshy: this exercise helps to flatten a flabby stomachMore example sentences
- As I look at my flabby body and my wasted muscles it is truly amazing that it managed to run 26.2 miles just 52 weeks ago.
- You hardly need reminding that a hardcore physique complete with ripped abs is likely to be much more attractive than a flabby body weighed down by its own fat.
- He lost so much fat that he was able to transform his flabby body into a shredded physique complete with ripped abs!
- 1.1Having soft, loose flesh; overweight.More example sentences
- But perhaps it is justified to form a negative assessment about the judgment and diligence of a person who is overweight and flabby.
- Quite a few participants said they like fleshy, flabby partners.
- Sedate motorway driving in my comfortable car is making me soft and flabby, but I've seen the future.
- 1.2Lacking strength, vitality, or effectiveness: flabby, colourless proseMore example sentences
- What did happen was that the unions got flabby and weak.
- You drop in a reference, maybe, to a more famous band, mention how they're so damn flabby and weak compared to this fantastic fantastic new thing.
- But there's a huge advantage in being a private company, as long as we use that wisely and don't become flabby or soft in the way we approach the business.
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- The correct use of muscles can reshape the body, lift sagging cheeks, melt away double chins, middle-age spread and abdominal bulges, restore elasticity to the skin, iron out creepy necks and eliminate flabbiness.
- He looks broader than ever but these days it looks less like flabbiness and more like someone who works out, which is more in keeping with the character.
- A strong sense of urgency can even help to disguise a certain flabbiness in the opinion itself.
late 17th century: alteration of earlier flappy.