Definition of 'paunchy'
Example sentences containing 'paunchy'
In the seat in front of him a well-to-do matron and her paunchy husband were busy adjusting an expensive camcorder.YELLOW BIRD ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
He had grown paunchy, thin-haired, soft-jowled, and-- worst of all--sentimental.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2
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