adjective, podg·i·er, podg·i·est. Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for podgy
I am not sure but he is the most good-natured, though he is so podgy.Ayala's Angel|Anthony Trollope
That was when some podgy red-sealed blue-crossed letter arrived from Vailima, inviting me to journey thither.Margaret Ogilvy|J. M. Barrie
Every age is represented, from the new born grub to the podgy larva on the point of building its shell.More Hunting Wasps|J. Henri Fabre
The lean and active droops of Egbert prevailed over the opposing cohorts, who were at once podgy and powerless.The Comic History Of England|Gilbert Abbott A'Beckett
I remember that I could even observe the curious, podgy little square-topped hands which the Frenchman laid upon the table.The Great Keinplatz Experiment and Other Tales of Twilight and the Unseen|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
British Dictionary definitions for podgy
adjective podgier or podgiest
Word Origin and History for podgy
1846, later collateral form of pudgy (q.v.).