Definition of paunchy
: having a potbelly
Examples of paunchy in a Sentence
not surprisingly, the new Hollywood biopic casts a young, athetically trim actor in the role of the paunchy, balding artist
Recent Examples of paunchy from the Web
Rap Monster joins in with both a paunchy rap and a mellow singing verse that diverges from his usual role as a rapper.
Gozali, a paunchy Chinese-Indonesian with a penchant for American hamburgers, is perhaps an unlikely apostle for sports and fitness.
But like the man himself, Assassin’s Creed is growing old — and getting paunchy with age.
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