Definition of Corpulency

1. Noun. More than average fatness.

Exact synonyms: Fleshiness, Obesity
Generic synonyms: Avoirdupois, Blubber, Fat, Fatness
Specialized synonyms: Adiposis, Corpulence, Overweight, Stoutness, Exogenous Obesity, Embonpoint, Plumpness, Roundness
Derivative terms: Fleshy, Obese



Definition of Corpulency

1. Noun. (alternative form of corpulence) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Corpulency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corpulency

corpse camping
corpse camps
corpsed
corpselike
corpses
corpsicle
corpsicles
corpsing
corpsman
corpsmen
corpswoman
corpswomen
corpulence
corpulences
corpulencies
corpulency (current term)
corpulent
corpulently
corpulentness
corpus
corpus adiposum
corpus adiposum buccae
corpus adiposum fossae ischiorectalis
corpus adiposum infrapatellare
corpus adiposum orbitae
corpus albicans
corpus allatum
corpus amygdaloideum
corpus amylaceum
corpus aorticum

Literary usage of Corpulency

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1. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell (1901)
"Population of London—Natural Affection—Self-defe nee— Duelling— corpulency—Governm»a* of India—Reviewers—Horace—Sickness—Liberty of Teaching—" Allai ..."

2. The Life of Samuel Johnson by James Boswell (1907)
"WILLIAMS Natural Affection—Duelling—corpulency—Profits of Reviewers—Horace—Liberty of Conscience and Teaching—David Mallet—Ancient and Modern ..."

3. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1812)
"distinguished by any proficiency iu practical knowledge* They were inhabited only by men who hud dozed into corpulency over the ponderous folios of ..."

4. Diet for the Sick: A Treatise on the Values of Foods, Their Application to by Mary Newton (Foote) Henderson (1885)
"Consequently, in the treatment of corpulency, it is necessary to interdict foods that contain fat, starch, or sugar. Sugar, according to Banting, ..."

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