He was twenty-five and in peak physical condition when he went in, but a flabby thirty when he came out.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is “a flabby old chap” who has suffered “physical and psychological trauma” since having a stroke.
That flabby excess is too bad, because something ruthlessly honest is going on.
You see for yourself that that paragraph just consists of flabby and general rhetoric that kinda sorta sounds believable.
After a night with football legend Joe Namath, she told her driver that Namath was “flabby.”
A man of flabby muscles and gentle voice; seemingly unforceful, and with a personality likable, but hardly dominating.
It was a captured Confederate knapsack, flattened and flabby.
The spring sculpin and the flabby, muddy flounder are the common rewards of the angler's toil.
This fluffy, flabby talk of love set her instincts in revolt.
Some hands are naturally very soft and flabby, and of course it is more difficult to render them strong.