tubby


tub·by

adjective \ˈtə-bē\

: short and somewhat fat

tub·bi·ertub·bi·est

Full Definition of TUBBY

1
:  sounding dull and without proper resonance or freedom of sound <a tubby violin>
2
:  pudgy, fat

Examples of TUBBY

  1. <in America, Santa Claus is portrayed as a jolly but tubby older gentleman>

First Known Use of TUBBY

circa 1807

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