Definition of pudgy in English:

pudgy

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Pronunciation: /ˈpʌdʒi
 
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adjective (pudgier, pudgiest)

informal
(Of a person or part of their body) rather fat: his pudgy fingers
More example sentences
  • This time, I stopped to watch as Allawi's pudgy person came into view.
  • The makeup pros are looking me over - two women with purple-red lips and a pudgy guy with a pen in his lapel.
  • Cherubs are obviously pudgy children shooting arrows at people and playing the mini-harp!

Derivatives

pudgily

adverb
More example sentences
  • You will have no doubt that this pudgily imperfect man was once a hardened criminal.
  • Behind his pudgily smooth, benign-looking face lay ruthless cruelty.

pudginess

noun
More example sentences
  • More frustrating is the pudginess of this argument that purports to be economics.
  • Now, was that my imagination or was that you making a snide one on my pudginess?
  • The shopkeepers and aristocrats, peasants and military grandees, nuns and nudes all share an exaggerated pudginess that gives them a pleasant comic quality.

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