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podgy

[ poj-ee ]

adjective

, Chiefly British.
, podg·i·er, podg·i·est.


podgy

/ ˈpɒdʒɪ /

adjective

  1. short and fat; chubby


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Derived Forms

  • ˈpodgily, adverb
  • ˈpodginess, noun

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Other Words From

  • podgi·ly adverb
  • podgi·ness noun

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Example Sentences

This little chap has silver bangles on his podgy ankles but not a rag of any sort of clothing.

That was when some podgy red-sealed blue-crossed letter arrived from Vailima, inviting me to journey thither.

Every age is represented, from the new born grub to the podgy larva on the point of building its shell.

Frantz Pettersen, a podgy little man with a big fair moustache, lifted his glass.

Suzette came to dinner—I thought how vulgar she looked—and that if her hands were white they were podgy and the nails short.

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