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1. A derogatory term for someone who is stupid and cloddish. Of course he broke the vase—that guy is such a blob.
2. A derogatory term for someone who is fat or obese. I felt like a real blob before I started eating a healthier diet and working out regularly.
3. A derogatory term for someone considered a coward; a wuss or wimp. That kid's a blob—you can totally steal his lunch money.

blob

(blɑb)
1. n. a fool; an oaf. Don’t be a blob. Get up and get going.
2. n. a useless dishrag of a person; a wimp. I’m amazed that blob can tie his own shoes.
3. n. a very fat person. What a blob! Must have been kicked out of Fat Watchers.
References in classic literature ?
It was a long commercial envelope of ordinary type, and although the flap was secured with a blob of sealing wax, there was no particular impression upon it.
At length Tom's friend, being of an ingenious turn of mind, suggested sealing with ink; and the letter was accordingly stuck down with a blob of ink, and duly handed by Tom, on his way to bed, to the housekeeper to be posted.
DE BLOB 2 NINTENDO SWITCH IN THIS simple to pick up 3D platformer you play as Blob, a, well a blob who sucks up colours and uses them to put life back into the city.
This is a blob, after all, a kind of shock absorber for life's hard knocks.
The white circle surrounding each blob with radius r denotes the adjacent area of each blob; if a blob is within this adjacent area of another blob, then these two blobs are adjacent to each other and can be clustered into the same cluster.
Today, the notorious boat is a shadow of a shadow of its former self, not only ugly but unrecognizable, little more than a blob of maroon metal, dwarfed by the mass of its annihilator, the Karlissa B, and clearly not far from its eternal exit.
One, voiced by Little Britain star Matt Lucas, will feature a blob quoting his "the only gay in the village" catchphrase then burst into the disco anthem I Will Survive.
You get this nice pale green-yellow wire-frame of a blob more than somewhat like Hariri's Bahai temple--or is the other way round?
But an ODBMS (object database management system) can use an XML linking mechanism to bind a BLOB with a set of descriptive XML metadata, rendering it readable to the database without the need for conversion.
We use a blob tracking method to predict successive blob in next frame and merge it into the MoG method to help speed up modeling.
After all, what is the point of making a blob unless you can run your hand over it to exploit the attributes that the designers so often extol: those of being 'human, sensual, simple, and friendly?
Before: "Shopping (as an activity) took place in the city (as a place)." After: "The city (as an idea) is taking place within shopping (as a place)." Shopping is a Blob smoothing "incommensurate aspects of the city into a connected and fluid urban experience"--collapsing public and private, exterior and interior, "reality" and branded fantasy space.
A blob of gas circling a stationary black hole this massive can't maintain itself in an orbit with a radius smaller than 64 kilometers.