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adv.1.In a corpulent manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Meanwhile, in West Amman (where the rich folks live) the beautiful Nour (Rana Sultan), a lady pilot with Royal Jordanian Airlines, is fending off the succession of suitors (every bit as gormless as Abu Raed's youngsters) that are ushered into her life by her corpulently well-meaning, if hide-bound, papa.
Most unexpected of all is a rare lapse of taste by the most gracious portraitist of her age, Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun's picture of Mme de Stael (author of an influential study of the German Romantic Movement): rapt, maniacally dishevelled, pendulous of face, and corpulently tweaking a lyre in the Swiss Alps.
Brando's Max is a kind of underworld Truman Capote, corpulently cuddly, old enough to not take too much of anything seriously.