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blob

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 out

1. To stop working or thinking about important or difficult issues and simply relax. After such a tough week at work, all I want to do this weekend is blob out in front of the TV.
2. To become overweight or obese. He used to be one of the most athletic students back in high school, but he's really blobbed out recently.
See also: blob, out
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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.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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After the last scattering, while CMB carried a frozen image of the baby universe, the primordial blobs themselves continued to evolve.
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Because CATIA permits the modeling of nonrepetitive surfaces and supports, of different exterior panels and interior armatures, it has allowed Gehry to privilege shape and skin, the overall configuration, above all else: Hence the non-Euclidean curves, swirls, and blobs that became his signature gestures in the '90s, most famously in the Guggenheim Bilbao (1991-97), which looks like a cross between an ocean liner run aground and a spaceship landed in the Basque Country, and most egregiously in the Experience Music Project (1995-2000) in Seattle, whose six exterior blobs clad in different-color metals have little apparent relation to the many interior display stations dedicated to popular music.