adjective, pouch·i·er, pouch·i·est.

possessing or resembling a pouch: pouchy folds under the eyes.

Origin of pouchy

First recorded in 1820–30; pouch + -y1
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Examples from the Web for pouchy

Historical Examples of pouchy

  • His pouchy jaws shook and I swear there were tears in his eyes.

    The Misplaced Battleship

    Harry Harrison (AKA Henry Maxwell Dempsey)

  • Streaky yellow in the whites of the eyes, and pouchy under 'em?

    The Dop Doctor

    Clotilde Inez Mary Graves

  • The build of this animal is much like that of the woodchuck, that is, heavy and pouchy.

  • A squat, red-faced man with pouchy eyes, halted the taxi cab at the gate.

  • He wore glasses and his cheeks were pouchy; a hooked nose curved down toward a mouth that was hard and firm.