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flabby

adjective flab·by \ˈfla-bē\
flab·bi·erflab·bi·est

Definition of FLABBY

1
:  lacking resilience or firmness :  flaccid
2
:  weak and ineffective :  feeble
flab·bi·ly \ˈfla-bə-lē\ adverb
flab·bi·ness \ˈfla-bē-nəs\ noun

Examples of FLABBY

  1. <his daughter playfully poked at his flabby belly>

Origin of FLABBY

alteration of flappy
First Known Use: 1694

flabby

adjective flab·by \ˈflab-ē\   (Medical Dictionary)
flab·bi·erflab·bi·est

Medical Definition of FLABBY

:  lacking resilience or firmness :  flaccid
flab·bi·ness \ˈflab-ē-nəs\ noun

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