pudginess


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pudg·y

 (pŭj′ē)
adj. pudg·i·er, pudg·i·est
Somewhat fat; chubby: a pudgy face. See Synonyms at fat.

[From pudge, something thick and short.]

pudg′i·ness n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pudginess - the property of having a plump and round bodypudginess - the property of having a plump and round body
embonpoint, plumpness, roundness - the bodily property of being well rounded
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Translations
قُصْر وَسُمْنَه
òybbinn líkamshluti

podgy

(ˈpodʒi) pudgy (ˈpadʒi) adjective
plump; fat.
ˈpodginess, ˈpudginess noun
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If microbes from thin people can jump between animals and prevent pudginess, Gordon asks, "why isn't there an epidemic of leanness?
She went on to ask to readers to vote on whether Williams was not skinny enough to don the cheerleaders uniform, after stating that she had "pudginess around her waistline" though she is a "pretty blonde."
Yet at the same time, the nature of the medium--please sit your big butt down and don't move till this show is over--is very much at odds with, and related to, our collective pudginess.
At each visit, they also measured pudginess and weight of the infants.