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comparativeform of flabby: more flabby
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During pregnancy, the skin and muscle tissue in the abdominal area will inevitably stretch, often causing a looser, "flabbier" tummy.
Your abdomen might be flabbier as a result of wearing leggings all winter, and your legs will not be as toned as they might otherwise be.
The redrafting stage is where I start to realise where the holes are, as well as the flabbier parts.
Muscles gradually become flabbier until people can find themselves on the verge of disability and loss of independence, like a canoe that floats peacefully until it gets too near a waterfall to pull back, Rejeski says.
So what exactly compelled the star to transform his alter-ego's normally fit physique into something a little flabbier?
While I preferred the villain in the second movie, I found the story flabbier (egads, the Aunt May speech!), heavy-handed (Spiderman's Christ-like pose as he bodysurfs his way down the crowd of commuters), and occasionally mystifying (I'll just drop this fusion experiment gone awry into New York Harbor and that should just about do it ...).
I Was Grossly Misinformed About Spider-Man 3... Lou Anders 2008
But more often than not in Coffee House, I find the flabbier points in my arguments are noticed and skewered.
All the rest - Well, flabbier than I'd like, to be frank
Archive 2008-04-01 Doppelganger 2008
Unless Microsoft gives this business more freedom -- perhaps even its independence -- it could just create a bigger, flabbier competitor to Google.
The flabbier the balloon, the more you can fill it with any air you like.