[ UK /t‍ʃˈʌbɪnəs/ ]
  1. the property of having a plump and round body
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How To Use chubbiness In A Sentence

  • Not just lovely Alice, or ardent Joe, who adores her, or Charles, who speaks of his chubbiness with studied insouciance: "I haven't leaned out yet. 'Super 8': Old Format, Fresh Thrills
  • Initially, I looked great; I lost the chubbiness and was fit.
  • Her form was the perfection of childish beauty, without its usual chubbiness and squareness of outline.
  • The happiness put weight on his face, a kind of vague chubbiness Mitch was just now inheriting. The Gift of the 12th Congressional District of Michigan
  • Observers ' identification of sex did not correlate with their ratings of chubbiness or coarseness or delicateness of features or with the babies ' gestation or birth weight.
  • Her features, now she was beginning to lose the chubbiness of babyhood, were fine and delicate. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
  • She looked like any other teenage girl with a splotchy face and a body given to chubbiness. My Soul to Keep
  • So much for the notion that “chubbiness” in childhood is something that is cute and just a sign of a “healthy” appetite. Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Obesity Promotes Musculoskeletal Problems in Kids
  • The red hair had turned auburn, and the chubbiness had turned to muscle.
  • As in real estate, chubbiness is all a matter of, “location, location, location”. Archive 2006-08-01
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