cankle


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cankle

(ˈkæŋkəl)
n
informal a thickened area between the calf and ankle in an overweight person, obscuring where one ends and the other begins
[C21: from c(alf)2 + ankle]
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Nowhere else is the cankle so celebrated, or are bosoms allowed to roam with such freedom.
Pictures: Paul Chappells It's a dilemma as the years advance but Dame Helen Mirren sparked a cankle fankle by baring her legs on TV.
Missing from the crew was the redneck from Florida--Peterson--who rolled his cankle two weeks before the trip.
That is why you don't often see me in a dress or a dress in a flat shoe as it's bad for a cankle.
Throughout history, women have been made to feel bad about their bodies-thunder thighs, cellulite, stretch marks, muffin tops, cankles.
com)-- If 2016 was any indication for author Randi Sherman, she is going to have to make room on her trophy shelf for BIG & Fabulous, The Life and Times of Brenda Cankles.
I have six weeks to go and my cankles are now the least of my worries.
However, I do confess to having a smidgen of skepticism that we'll be on the same couture page, given that she's decades younger and her waist is the same circumference as my cankles.
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@JustBethanne: "I'm waiting for the Barbie with cankles.
Avoid anything that draws attention to your cankles (ankles almost as wide as your calf), so straps, ribbon ties and buckles are out.
Lather up in the shower If all that festive food and lack of exercise means you've been temporarily cursed with a mild case of cankles (calves that meet your feet with no apparent ankle in between) or you simply want more shapely legs, try this early morning wake-up call.
Sarandon, who wore prosthetic cankles as the grandma, had never worked like that.