chunky

Part of speech: adjective

Short and thick.

Part of speech: adjective

Short and thick - set.

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Usage examples "chunky":

  1. It seemed to him that the chunky little man had been pulling the wires all the time while he, Terry Hollis, danced in response. - "Black Jack", Max Brand.
  2. A chunky, round- faced kid he was too. - "Torchy, Private Sec.", Sewell Ford.
  3. Our little boy was the sort of boy you were sorry was ever going to be eleven, because at five years and ten months he was that square and compact, that chunky and yet that tender, that no right- minded person could desire him to be changed to an impudent young scaramouch like young Michael Ragstroar four doors higher up, who was eleven and a regular handful. - "When Ghost Meets Ghost", William Frend De Morgan.