flabby definition

  • adjective:
    • Lacking firmness; flaccid: getting flabby all over waist. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor force or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • poor firmness; flaccid: getting flabby across the waist. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Yielding to touch, and easily relocated or shaken; holding free by a unique fat; wanting tone; flaccid; as, flabby flesh.
    • poor power or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by a unique fat; desiring tone; flaccid; as, flabby flesh.
    • Having hook lack of acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Having a small not enough acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily relocated or shaken; dangling free by a unique body weight; wanting tone; flaccid.
    • Yielding to touch, and easily moved or shaken; holding loose by its very own fat; desiring firmness; flaccid.
    • from condition; maybe not powerful or powerful; not capable of effort or endurance
    • from problem; maybe not strong or sturdy; not capable of exertion or endurance
    • poor tone; flaccid: getting flabby across the waist. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking force or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Yielding to touch, and easily relocated or shaken; dangling free by a unique fat; wanting firmness; flaccid; since, flabby skin.
    • Having hook insufficient acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to touch, and simply relocated or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; desiring firmness; flaccid.
    • away from condition; maybe not powerful or powerful; incapable of exertion or endurance
    • Lacking firmness; flaccid: getting flabby round the waistline. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor force or vitality; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Lacking tone; flaccid: getting flabby all over waist. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Yielding to the touch, and simply relocated or shaken; dangling free by its very own body weight; desiring tone; flaccid; as, flabby flesh.
    • Having a small insufficient acidity; having mild sweetness.
    • Lacking power or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to the touch, and simply moved or shaken; dangling loose by unique weight; desiring tone; flaccid; because, flabby flesh.
    • Yielding to touch, and simply relocated or shaken; hanging free by its own body weight; wanting firmness; flaccid.
    • Having a slight insufficient acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily relocated or shaken; hanging free by its very own fat; desiring firmness; flaccid.
    • out of condition; maybe not powerful or robust; incompetent at exertion or endurance
    • out-of condition; not powerful or powerful; incapable of exertion or stamina
    • Lacking firmness; flaccid: getting flabby all over waistline. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking force or vitality; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Yielding to touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own body weight; desiring firmness; flaccid; because, flabby skin.
    • Having a slight insufficient acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to touch, and simply relocated or shaken; holding loose by its own weight; desiring tone; flaccid.
    • Lacking tone; flaccid: getting flabby across the waistline. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor tone; flaccid: getting flabby round the waistline. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor power or vitality; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Lacking tone; flaccid: getting flabby round the waistline. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking force or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • poor power or vigor; ineffectual: flabby self-pity.
    • Yielding to touch, and simply relocated or shaken; dangling free by its body weight; wanting firmness; flaccid; as, flabby skin.
    • out-of condition; perhaps not powerful or robust; incapable of effort or endurance
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily relocated or shaken; dangling free by its own body weight; desiring tone; flaccid; as, flabby skin.
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; dangling free by unique weight; desiring tone; flaccid; since, flabby flesh.
    • Having hook insufficient acidity; having mild sweetness.
    • Having a slight lack of acidity; having moderate sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • Yielding to the touch, and simply relocated or shaken; dangling loose by unique fat; desiring firmness; flaccid.
    • Yielding to the touch, and simply relocated or shaken; hanging loose by its fat; desiring tone; flaccid.
    • Having hook insufficient acidity; having mild sweetness.
    • Turgid or overwrought.
    • regarding condition; not strong or powerful; incapable of effort or endurance
    • away from problem; perhaps not powerful or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance
    • Yielding to the touch, and easily relocated or shaken; holding loose by its weight; wanting firmness; flaccid.
    • away from condition; perhaps not strong or powerful; not capable of exertion or endurance
  • others:
    • Without firmness or elasticity; dangling loose by unique weight; lax; flaccid: said mainly of skin: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Without firmness or elasticity; dangling loose by a unique body weight; lax; flaccid: stated mainly of flesh: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking substance or power: since, a flabby way; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking compound or force: because, a flabby fashion; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Without firmness or elasticity; dangling free by its fat; lax; flaccid: said mainly of flesh: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking substance or power: as, a flabby fashion; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Without tone or elasticity; holding loose by its very own body weight; lax; flaccid: said chiefly of skin: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking material or force: since, a flabby way; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Without firmness or elasticity; hanging free by its body weight; lax; flaccid: stated mainly of skin: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking material or power: since, a flabby fashion; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Without tone or elasticity; holding free by its very own fat; lax; flaccid: said mainly of flesh: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking material or force: because, a flabby way; flabby reasoning or rhetoric.
    • Without tone or elasticity; hanging loose by its very own body weight; lax; flaccid: stated chiefly of flesh: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Without tone or elasticity; hanging free by a unique fat; lax; flaccid: said mainly of flesh: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking substance or force: as, a flabby fashion; flabby logic or rhetoric.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking material or force: as, a flabby fashion; flabby reasoning or rhetoric.
    • Without tone or elasticity; dangling loose by its very own weight; lax; flaccid: stated chiefly of skin: as, flabby cheeks.
    • Figuratively, nerveless; languid; feeble; lacking substance or force: since, a flabby way; flabby reasoning or rhetoric.

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