adjective, pouch·i·er, pouch·i·est.
Origin of pouchy
Examples from the Web for pouchy
The build of this animal is much like that of the woodchuck, that is, heavy and pouchy.Locusts and Wild Honey|John Burroughs
A squat, red-faced man with pouchy eyes, halted the taxi cab at the gate.Guilt of the Brass Thieves|Mildred A. Wirt
He wore glasses and his cheeks were pouchy; a hooked nose curved down toward a mouth that was hard and firm.Hoofbeats on the Turnpike|Mildred A. Wirt
Indeed, such a flaccid, fluid, pouchy carcass I have never before seen.Squirrels and Other Fur-Bearers|John Burroughs
His face was pouchy and heavy, although the whole appearance of the man was by no means ill-looking.The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise|Margaret Burnham