Long taunted for his embonpoint, polite French for tubbiness, the affable pol used to garner dessert-inspired nicknames.
If she is embonpoint, let her be called flabby, if she is swarthy, black.
The Russians had a great taste for her, owing to her embonpoint.
He was tall, slightly inclined to embonpoint, and stooped a little.
"There 's nothing like wickedness for embonpoint, padre," said Nina, laughing.
The women are proportionally smaller than the men, and rather inclined to embonpoint.
She disliked his gaiety, his reputation, his rude health, his embonpoint.
Even Falstaff would be inclined to embonpoint if he were alive, in these days of Gallic supremacy.
But the greatest point in these cases, after all, is the embonpoint.
She was an overdressed lady, inclining to embonpoint, but traces of the Rose of Sharon were still visible.
"plumpness," 1751, from French embonpoint (16c.), from Old French en bon point, literally "in good condition."