see under in condition; also, bent out of shape.
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How to use out of shape in a sentence
Middle-aged, out-of-shape Putin sat idle and silent as his dreams and hopes for the future were destroyed.
They are not for the physically lazy or the chronically, unabashedly out-of-shape.
Stasi added it's a "boon for the out-of-shape and perhaps a giant economic loss for high-end gyms, particularly in Brooklyn."
Feeling ugly, old, ill, and out-of-shape “is a humiliating place for them, and it correlates intensely with self-esteem.”
Is there anything more unnerving than an out-of-shape male sporting swimwear with an agenda?