flabby in Oekraïens
were stocky and corpulent with short neck and head sunk between the shoulders. These had lost much of their fat in a month's campaign, the wrinkled and flabby skin hanging in folds in various parts of their bodies.
As machines, we were flabby bags of ancient plumbing and wiring, of rusty hinges and feeble springs.
Dr. Binch stopped gulping his fried pork chops and held up a flabby, white, holy hand.
Following it came a noisome spew of guts, flabby bags of yellowish-red jelly.
Isn't that right, grandfather?" He turned to Ivan Ivanitch and laughed. "I am no better than a woman myself; I am a limp rag, a flabby creature, so I hate flabbiness.
It was evident that the “flabby” woman had prepared them and gloated beforehand over the effect they would produce.
She couldn't sleep. Her appetite was gone. Her eyes were blurred. Her skin tone was pasty and flabby.
The flesh of his cheeks was pulled taut and there was nothing soft or flabby about him.
The game of German batball is played with a flabby ball the size of a big honeydew melon.
This flabby lump of mortality that we work so hard at with such patient perseverance, yields no sign of you.
out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance: flaccid, unfit, soft