chubby

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chubby

1. adjective Somewhat fat; having plump features. I love going to the beach, but I'm afraid I'm going to look chubby in this swimsuit.
2. noun, vulgar slang An erection.

chub(by)

n. an erection. (Usually objectionable.) He always gets a chubby when he doesn’t need it and never when he does.
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There is, no pun intended, a huge difference between chubbiness and obesity.
Christine Bezley grew up in a German household, where gravy-topped meat and potatoes and rich desserts were staples at the dinner table, and where a little chubbiness was equated with healthiness.
A 16-year-old male entered the clinic with a four-year history of anorexia nervosa, by his account triggered by older sibling teasing about his "chubbiness" when he entered puberty.
And Posh tells how the chubbiness and spots of her teens were caused by a medical condition and admits she suffered badly from an eating disorder.
And if it's just men onstage, as in Cascade, one of this season's program openers, the thrill doubles, because Taylor men, even those who ride a fine line of chubbiness, are magnificent--the NFL and Michelangelo's David, Man o' War and Mister Ed, all rolled up in one.
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With gleeful shame, he reveals how, in the pecking order of his family, he passes along the sadism his father inflicts on him to his little brother, harping on Poochie's chubbiness and sacrificing him to Fausto's strap.
And while her chubbiness didn't significantly diminish her self-confidence, she says, she didn't like being a heavy teenager.
The children had a pale, pasty look to their chubbiness. In the refrigerator were Pepsi bottles and peanut butter and luncheon meats.
His vividly hued elliptical and circular shapes hover and buzz in shimmering mists; their manner, while less regimented, recalls the multiples of Buddha's beatific chubbiness that float so frontally on the flat and floreate ground of many Tibetan tanka paintings.
He imagines Heaven as populated exclusively by the kind of putti who cluster on the ceilings of Italian churches, "cherub forms in infant guise." The reward of the blessed will be to escape in the afterlife the burden of their adult bodies, and to reassume the idyllic chubbiness of infancy.
The sunshine that we love bronzes them early; brown babies whose chubbiness soon gives place to the lean hardness of the later years.
Aside from the esthetic drawbacks, chubbiness has been associated with serious medical problems, including diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular ills, and many others.