By lavender feet clung a big, pursy, lavender-splotched, yellow body.
The generous living of Dawson had made him pursy, almost porcine.
He began to get pursy and red-faced, and was clicking it off with his fifth set of young fellows.
He was middle-aged, pursy, and dressed with slap-dash ostentation.
I was very different to the fat, pursy, old ale-wife who discourses with you now—in the glass.
He would have no such assemblage of the clergy until he should grow fat and pursy and need trouble to keep him in breath, he said.
The man was fat and pursy, and wore a court wig and a travelling cloak.
They are pursy cherubs, of oleaginous appearance and of this-worldly, rather than of other-worldly paunch and deportment.
You have seen a pursy gentleman in black hurrying along the street and tapping his boot with a cane, as though keeping time.
If he was aware of this scrutiny on the part of the pursy gentleman, he gave not the least sign.