flabbiness

  • 1 Flabbiness — Flab bi*ness, n. Quality or state of being flabby. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 flabbiness — flabby ► ADJECTIVE (flabbier, flabbiest) 1) (of a part of a person s body) soft, loose, and fleshy. 2) not tightly controlled and therefore ineffective. DERIVATIVES flabbily adverb flabbiness noun. ORIGIN alteration of earlier flappy …

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  • 3 flabbiness — noun see flabby …

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  • 4 flabbiness — See flabbily. * * * …

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  • 5 flabbiness — noun The characteristic or quality of being flabby …

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  • 6 flabbiness — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. softness, obesity, roundness; see fatness …

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  • 7 flabbiness — flab·bi·ness || flæbɪnɪs n. looseness, limpness, fattiness, softness (of muscles or flesh) …

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  • 8 flabbiness — n flaccidity, unfirmness, pendulousness, droopingness, limpness, quagginess …

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  • 9 flabbiness — flab·bi·ness …

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  • 10 flabbiness — See: flabby …

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  • 11 flabbiness — noun a flabby softness • Syn: ↑limpness, ↑flaccidity • Derivationally related forms: ↑flaccid (for: ↑flaccidity), ↑flabby, ↑limp ( …

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  • 12 flaccidity — noun a flabby softness • Syn: ↑flabbiness, ↑limpness • Derivationally related forms: ↑flaccid, ↑flabby (for: ↑flabbiness), ↑limp ( …

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  • 13 limpness — noun a flabby softness • Syn: ↑flabbiness, ↑flaccidity • Derivationally related forms: ↑flaccid (for: ↑flaccidity), ↑flabby (for: ↑ …

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  • 14 flabby — adjective (flabbier; est) Etymology: alteration of flappy Date: 1694 1. lacking resilience or firmness ; flaccid 2. weak and ineffective ; feeble • flabbily adverb • flabbiness …

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