flabby Ukrainski

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a. в'ялий, слабохарактерний, розпливчастий, вялий, набресклий

Przykładowe zdania

were stocky and corpulent with short neck and head sunk between the shoulders. These had lost much of their fat in a month's campaign, the wrinkled and flabby skin hanging in folds in various parts of their bodies.
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As machines, we were flabby bags of ancient plumbing and wiring, of rusty hinges and feeble springs.
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Dr. Binch stopped gulping his fried pork chops and held up a flabby, white, holy hand.
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Following it came a noisome spew of guts, flabby bags of yellowish-red jelly.
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Isn't that right, grandfather?" He turned to Ivan Ivanitch and laughed. "I am no better than a woman myself; I am a limp rag, a flabby creature, so I hate flabbiness.
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It was evident that the “flabby” woman had prepared them and gloated beforehand over the effect they would produce.
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She couldn't sleep. Her appetite was gone. Her eyes were blurred. Her skin tone was pasty and flabby.
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The flesh of his cheeks was pulled taut and there was nothing soft or flabby about him.
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The game of German batball is played with a flabby ball the size of a big honeydew melon.
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This flabby lump of mortality that we work so hard at with such patient perseverance, yields no sign of you.
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Synonimy

out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance: flaccid, unfit, soft


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