pouchy

adjective
\ ˈpau̇-chē \
pouchier; pouchiest

Definition of pouchy

: having, tending to have, or resembling a pouch pouchy insomniac eyes— Graham Greene

First Known Use of pouchy

1786, in the meaning defined above

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