Definition of 'blubber'
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There were bits of skin and blubber left behind and the mast was wrecked. The Sun (2010)The likeliest cause for your expanding waistline is just excess blubber. The Sun (2009)Yet no one seems to like a blubber. The Sun (2013)An issue about human mountains of wobbling blubber in danger of making their country sink under their weight. The Sun (2008)Lies on a reinforced bed all day, a vast mountain of blubber. The Sun (2016)The UK has become a vast blubber mountain. The Sun (2016)The City and Westminster used to groan under the weight of excess blubber. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We wander, awestruck, amid these languid mountains of blubber. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. blubber is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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