in the manner of a fat person; ponderously.
richly: a fatly endowed foundation.
with self-satisfaction; smugly.
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How to use fatly in a sentence
Meanwhile, the gentleman Christmas-boxed the beadle, who smiled fatly and went his way.The Rainbow Book Tales of Fun & Fancy | Mabel Henriette Spielmann
Old Philpott was ahead of them, riding fatly on his mild black mare, and returned my salute quite pleasantly.The Secret Battle | A. P. Herbert
If 'twere my ordained fate to be fat—why, then so be it; I'd be fatly fatalistic and go on through life undulating and rippling.One Third Off | Irvin S. Cobb
This was addressed sternly to Mrs. Mack herself, who, followed by poor Mrs. Nutter's eyes, moved fatly and meekly out of the room.The House by the Church-Yard | J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Her smooth neck and delicious shoulders were curved, not fatly, but with youth and happiness.The Trail of the Hawk | Sinclair Lewis