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moob

 (mo͞ob) Vulgar Slang
n.
A manboob.

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Simon Cowell, 55, is often pictured with moobs on holiday.
From now on I'm only going to play darts against men who are at least 20 stone and have a comforting moob or two waiting for me if I lose.
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Delegates were told over the past five years the numbers of men losing their moobs have shot up by an amazing 1,000 per cent.
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Even my comedy monolgue will be positive - there's only so many times I can make jokes about Simon Cowell's saggy moobs.
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MOOBS, gender-fluid and YOLO are among more than 1,000 words and terms that have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).
And blokes know the synthetic material doesn't flatter our moobs, nor our guts.
In Toon with fashion Newcastle's Florian Thauvin arrives in style for the clash with Arsenal, adding a touch of class not seen at St James' Park since snow forced hardened Toon Army footsoldiers to cover up their beer bellies and moobs in the 2009 big freeze.
and nobody wants to see their sizeable male following showing off their moobs.