- in the manner of a fat person; ponderously.
- richly: a fatly endowed foundation.
- with self-satisfaction; smugly.
Origin of fatly
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Examples from the Web for fatly
All the German prisoners taken by our men are fatly content.The Soul of Susan Yellam
Horace Annesley Vachell
Mr. Raymond Valentine had a "fat" part as the villain, and well and fatly he played it.
Her smooth neck and delicious shoulders were curved, not fatly, but with youth and happiness.The Trail of the Hawk
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