Definition of 'flab'
Example sentences containing 'flab'
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Shed some flab through diet and exercise. The Sun (2014)It is aimed at helping them shed the flab after the festive excesses. The Sun (2015)And one in three think it will take four months to lose the flab. The Sun (2015)When did that unsightly neck flab get there? Times, Sunday Times (2012)One in five cases of cancer is caused by excess flab. The Sun (2015)Do two minutes per day of each of our simple exercises and send those flab rolls packing. The Sun (2011)She is booked to get this year's excess flab removed at the end of the month. The Sun (2012)In other cases, excess flab was a contributory factor. The Sun (2016)So in the battle against fat and flab, do people need a helping hand? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The youngster's face is so surrounded by rolls of flab he can barely open his eyes. The Sun (2011)The Scala leggings are also said to smooth skin and help shed flab from the hips and waist. The Sun (2009)Of course, the only way really to shed the flab and keep it off is through exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He sorts out the meat from the flab in the festive TV cooking shows. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Best of all, you don't have to set foot in a gym to lose your festive flab. The Sun (2014)MUSIC to the ears of those of us wanting to lose festive flab - listening to tunes during exercise can boost a workout. The Sun (2010) Lose the flab and look great in just 12 WEEKS. The Sun (2007)As so many of us are aware, knowing the causes of those extra rolls of flab doesn't necessarily mean we change the behaviour that causes them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I was left with saggy skin around my stomach and I resorted to wearing baggy jumpers to hide the excess flab. The Sun (2016)
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