adjective, flab·bi·er, flab·bi·est.
Origin of flabby
Examples from the Web for flabbiness
The speaker was a big man in a dark blue suit; there was a suggestion of flabbiness, loose flesh, below the waist.
This flabbiness might be expected to increase, too, as the balloon was hauled down into the heavier air pressures.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
Some of them softer to the point of flabbiness; some harder both of body and soul.Adaptation|Dallas McCord Reynolds
The flabbiness of Broadway cannot be washed out of the soul in a month.Steve Yeager|William MacLeod Raine
At the test, she had repudiated the Ego, kicked off all the meanness and flabbiness of her teachings.Angela's Business|Henry Sydnor Harrison
Now you see only torpidity and flabbiness, you hear only the trivial, the rhythmically inaccurate, and the melodiously trite.On the Future of our Educational Institutions|Friedrich Nietzsche