adjective, paunch·i·er, paunch·i·est.
Examples from the Web for paunchy
Should a paunchy waddler of this sort wreck at once his pride and his car?An Idyll of All Fools' Day|Josephine Daskam Bacon
McKee was bald, paunchy, middle-aged, his face loose from easy living.Before Egypt|E. K. Jarvis
He is an undersized, paunchy East German, with hair the color of wet hay, and an extremely pallid complexion.A Book of Burlesques|H. L. Mencken
The knot of men around a paunchy figure heavy with gold braid broke up and Admiral Fitzjames climbed slowly to his feet.Navy Day|Harry Harrison
In a land berth, growing fat and paunchy, and eating his heart out for the sea, or—— The sea got him one way or another!Love Stories|Mary Roberts Rinehart