adjective, jowl·i·er, jowl·i·est.
Origin of jowly
Examples from the Web for jowly
Contemporary Examples of jowly
It was those grim-faced, jowly white men with the harsh surnames.Nelson Mandela Was Undeniably Great But He Doesn’t Need a Halo
December 6, 2013
We are not spending ourselves into oblivion, as you hear some jowly bloviator say on television every day.End the Tax-Break Scam
May 8, 2011
Historical Examples of jowly
He was balding and jowly, but his face was creased from a smile that was almost habitual, and his eyes were active and alert.The Dueling Machine
Benjamin William Bova
The sunken orbits of the fat man turned from one to another, his jowly cheeks flapping.With Wellington in Spain
F. S. Brereton
At the hall entrance he encountered Leonard's huntsman, an impertinent, bony, jowly loafer whom he had never been able to endure.The Poor Plutocrats
By midnight, or a little later, Moro Trimmul and the rest of the veterans will be in the woods near Jowly, around the camp.
Of the fifteen hundred gallant cavaliers who had ridden that morning from the camp at Jowly, they were the only survivors.