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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?
See also: blubber, gut

blubber gut

verb
See also: blubber, gut
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We have a seasonal influx of jellyfish in UAE waters, they can be blue blubber or nettle.
I suppose when you're in an ice cave eating blubber, cooking blubber and blubbering into your blubber, it's a distraction keeping a note of what the penguins are up to.
HThis week I found myself forced to look up the word blubber and have decided to share my findings with you.
Not only does EPA base its concerns about health risks on whale blubber, it ignores the skyrocketing, job-killing energy costs that employers and families will have to bear.
The authors used immunochemistry to analyze CYP1A1 expression in skin and blubber samples collected from 234 sperm whales from five Pacific Ocean regions.
The group of harbour seals at Tynemouth's Blue Reef Aquarium have been put on double rations to help build up their blubber to cope with the wintry weather.
She'll moan about her weight in the Press, have the blubber sucked out in surgery, reveal her new body in a mag deal.
From the large slabs of frozen blubber that I receive from the CCSN, I make a viscous, brilliantly yellow, and very "fragrant" oil.
are present in the blubber of beluga and orca whales, among others, in amounts--some 80 parts per million--that could kill a person.
THEN: Walter Umenhofer, 37 at the time, made international news in 1970 when a 300-pound slab of whale blubber, falling from the sky above Florence, crushed the roof of his new Oldsmobile 88.
The team in the village two hours from Tokyo pulled two Baird's beaked whales caught yesterday onto a landing station with pulleys and ropes, and chopped them into bricks of meat and blubber for sale.
Polar bears are at the top of the Arctic food chain: A single bear can devour 100 pounds of seal blubber at one meal.
The blubber holds in body heat and protects these animals From Freezing temperatures.