blubbery


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swollen with fat

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But larger ones (they can grow to 21 feet and weigh 3 tons) readily consume other sharks, preferring blubbery whale carcasses, and fatty dolphins, porpoises, and seals.
George (Rudd) is a nice, honest corporate exec with a blubbery secretary (Kathryn Hahn).
One, more pugnacious visage has blubbery lips and a small face; the other, marked by tight lips and a larger face, is relatively handsome.
It turns out that far from the rolling countryside and deserted coves of the brochures, the West Country is a god-forsaken place almost entirely covered by retail parks and blubbery bright pink chavs.
San Francisco Tourists visiting the famous hangout of San Francisco Bay's sea lions now can get some answers to their questions about the blubbery beasts.
Crowded onto the same small patch of highly prized beach, the sea lions argued constantly, waving their massive necks from side to side, roaring in the faces of their rivals, waddling forward and backward on the ungainly flippers that seemed unlikely appendages for supporting such massive, blubbery bodies.
I am intrigued by one of the menu items -- blubbery juice.
Except he's dark and strapping, rather than white and blubbery.
These blubbery nights devolve into a series of shared confessions, and of course Jeremy falls for Liz.
Helped by obnoxious blubbery friend Arno (Greg Wilson), desperate attempts to first pay and then hypnotise some schmuck (Adam Kulbersh) into doing the dirty prove a disaster.
But can the blubbery gangster get to the boys in time?
And having our thoughts focused on a blubbery sea mammal made us hungry.
And then, armed and blubbery fat with everything's blood, still hot
Typically carefree moments are found in "Metaphor of the Morning," in which we read "The morning is as clean and bright / as a freshly shaved cheek splashed with water / and rubbed with a new white towel" or in "Medieval Salad Bowl," in which we read "I don't see why I can't dive into that salad bowl / and rough up the lettuce, shaking my blubbery jowls / and uttering great guttural growls, Grrr.
Florida's giant manatees are curiously gentle sea creatures -- whiskered, slow moving, and blubbery, with spatula-shaped tails, fingernailtipped flippers, and thick gray skin.