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blubber gut(s)

(ˈbləbɚ ˈgət(s))
n. a fat person. (Also a rude term of address.) Why doesn’t that blubber gut do something about all that weight?
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blubber gut

verb
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Then the fauns and satyrs gathered round the Lady, wondering at her beauty, pitying her "fair blubbered face.
raa'ther a tidy sart,' and when he heard at last that his young friend had come down purposely to communicate his good fortune, and to convey to him all those assurances of friendship which he could not state with sufficient warmth in writing--that the only object of his journey was to share his happiness with them, and to tell them that when he was married they must come up to see him, and that Madeline insisted on it as well as he--John could hold out no longer, but after looking indignantly at his wife, and demanding to know what she was whimpering for, drew his coat sleeve over his eyes and blubbered outright.
Molly, the housemaid, blubbered in the passage when he went away--Molly kind and faithful in spite of a long arrear of unpaid wages.
Pointing to Mr Haredale as he said these words, little Solomon Daisy put his elbows on the back of Mr Willet's chair, and fairly blubbered on his shoulder.
MEMO to every talent show failure, sportsman who misses a penalty or loses a race, football fan whose team is relegated, Princess Diana fan who can't let go, luvvie who wins an award, jilted kiss-and-tell merchant and shamed politician who has blubbered before cameras.
it's so insulting (sniff, sniff),'' Jenna blubbered to Alicia.