The double entendres turned on his physical doughiness as a metaphor for imputed political softness.
People on the left get this point when they scoff at the imputed Tea Party slogan, "Keep your government hands off my Medicare."
She was becoming sick of the importance which she imputed to herself in thinking of herself.
No impropriety of conduct has, I am very sure, ever been imputed to the lady.
Hence these adulteries of the fourth degree are imputed as evils of purpose, and remain in as guilt.
Hence the teaching that the righteousness of His life is imputed unto us.
The imputed sinfulness of her life only brought her nearer to them.
One misfortune, which was imputed to him as a crime, was his bad English.
He condescended to take oath that he had not done this thing which they imputed to him.
All shall be imputed to that modesty which has ever so much distinguished you.