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Flabby numa frase em (in ingles)

1. In a suit he was flabby.
2. Her will grew very flabby.
3. He saw a flabby man wasting away.
4. His large, flabby arms held her in place.
5. The hand was flabby and moist, but the grip.
6. When his rare lips hang flabby and can't hold.
7. From the cellar grating floated up the flabby.
8. Despite his flabby build, he looked almost athletic.
9. The skin turns flabby, and the fat underneath decreases.
10. Although I couldn't see him, I sure-as-hell felt his flabby.
11. Where the rattlesnake suns his flabby length on a rock, where the.
12. It was as if all the bones of his frame had suddenly become flabby.
13. A couple of tears squeezed out and down over Avery’s flabby cheeks.
14. A ripened skin hid a flabby cheek in a way he had never seen before.
15. No other woman would look at his dreadful face or touch his flabby body.
16. The Church is flabby, and all of our theological strings are quite loose.
17. Maggie lowered her voice to a high alto, at best, and flexed her flabby arms.
18. A series of jabs with the knifepoint, under his flabby chin, made him sit up.
19. My face smooshed into his flabby chest, his arms wrapped around me, squeezing.
20. Why would it be better to look at your spouse as Fabio rather than a flabby hubby?
21. He stood a little under six feet, was a bit flabby, and had the faintest hint of a beer belly.
22. Skinny and scrawny is now chubby and flabby but still as naked as the day we brought him home.
23. Eve could not imagine what the count saw in that flabby, middle-aged woman with her crepey neck.
24. It also improves flabby upper arms, and excessive flesh on the shoulders will slowly be squeezed away.
25. The only type that amused was a flabby dude, and this was funny only because it was so well played by Mr.
26. Dion's high thin squeal broke in a strangled gurgle and his whole flabby frame collapsed like melted butter.
27. He was still wet and for the first time I could see how far his belly hung out and how flabby his biceps were.
28. Men and women alike were almost transparently pale and either flabby and obese, or scrawny with dry, sickly skin.
29. When he released him Prince Andrew saw that Kutúzov’s flabby lips were trembling and that tears were in his eyes.
30. The madonna represented was a fat, Spanish peasant, holding a flabby child at which she looked with sad astonishment.
31. Her shoulders were wrinkled, her breasts sagged, her ribs were covered by a flabby skin as pale and cold as a frog’s.
32. One of the chief reasons for this is that many golfers are not physically prepared and their muscles are flabby, tense and weak.
33. When he released him Prince Andrew saw that Kutuzov’s flabby sighed and pressed on the bench with both hands to raise himself.
34. Widowhood had so embittered her that she did not seem the same person; it had made her flabby and sour and the enemy of the world.
35. One of these women was big and heavy, with a flabby body, red hair, and freckled on her pale yellow face, her hands, and her fat neck.
36. He was a couple of years older than Chris, powerfully built but beginning to get a little flabby and had more weight around his midriff than he liked.
37. His fat, flabby, beardless face seemed dyed by a decoction of liquorice, and his white hair made even more vivid the keen brilliance of his small black eyes.
38. Once he sank his teeth, beast-like, into the flabby substance of his foe, revolting as the stuff writhed and squirmed like living rubber from between his iron jaws.
39. His cheeks, which were so flabby that they looked heavier below, were twitching violently; but he wore the air of a man little concerned in what the two ladies were saying.
40. Their fair flabby faces, somewhat tanned by the sun, were the colour of sweet cider, and their puffy whiskers emerged from stiff collars, kept up by white cravats with broad bows.
41. Otherwise her face was kind of flat and boring and her chest looked very flat and flabby when viewed with eyes used to Shinvei, though she was not really much smaller than average.
42. His head is huge, the size of a horse’s head, with a massive beak and nasty flabby folded crimson red skin, standing upright like a rooster’s crest, on top of that massive head.
43. One of these, who was serving a sentence for theft, was a flabby, large, heavy, red-haired woman with white-yellow freckles over her face, and a stout neck which was exposed by the open waist collar.
44. Fruitlessly I attempted to heave off the moist, flabby object before realising it was the Yank – naked and snorting with the effort of holding me still while thrusting his erection against my belly.
45. Picture to yourself a little man broader than he was long, flabby and greasy like a lump of butter, with a small round face like an orange, a little mouth that was always laughing, and a soft, caressing.
46. After two hours of my flabby nephew’s know-it-all, complacent certainties I was left wondering why, having enjoyed years of freedom from family tensions, I had finally accepted the annual Christmas invitation.
47. Baden-Powell was impressed by the young lads who dodged the Boer shells to run errands and carry messages and decided they were just the right role model for the flabby layabouts lazing about the streets back home.
48. Mr Belcher now replaced the collecting card on the table and, taking up one of the hymn-books, gave out the words and afterwards conducted the singing, nourishing one fat, flabby white hand in the air and holding the book in the other.
49. Diondra’s face was green under the lamplight, and suddenly Ben could see what she’d look like in twenty years, flabby and pimply like she described her mom, her skin hard and wrinkled, but with that electric glow from the tanning booths.
50. This creature of five and twenty had a wrinkled brow, flabby cheeks, pinched nostrils, teeth from which the gums had receded, a leaden complexion, a bony neck, prominent shoulder-blades, frail limbs, a clayey skin, and her golden hair was growing out sprinkled with gray.
51. Unpressurized, it was not much more than a flat metallic backpack to which was attached a flabby suit made of layered fabrics and polymer, the whole thing crowned by a detachable and transparent helmet wide enough to let a person slip into the suit via the opened helmet.
52. Presently Mr Belcher reached out a flabby white hand and, taking up one of the folded cards, he looked around upon the under-fed, ill-clad children with a large, sweet, benevolent, fatherly smile, and then in a drawling voice occasionally broken by explosions of flatulence, he said:.
53. You want to reduce that abdomen don’t you ? Then do please remember that there is no hurry at all in this exercise, and the slow s-l-o-w lowering of the legs is precisely what strengthens, tones, exercises, and reduces those flabby abdominal muscles and helps to reduce fat in this area.
54. We had dinner out in that broad open passage betwixt the house and the kitchen; and there was things enough on that table for seven families—and all hot, too; none of your flabby, tough meat that's laid in a cupboard in a damp cellar all night and tastes like a hunk of old cold cannibal in the morning.
55. He felt fangs and talons rend his flesh; flabby cables that were yet hard as iron encircled his limbs and body, and worse than all, something like a whip of scorpions fell again and again across his shoulders, back and breast, tearing the skin and filling his veins with a poison that was like liquid fire.
56. Their black hearts, imputing their own methods to others, suspected a ruse; they thought they had been betrayed, and the men were going to fall upon them; but their apprehensions were soon quieted when the troops stopped on the edge of the crowd, where they could feast their eyes on that flabby, yellow, but royal countenance.
57. The Comte de Lamothe, who, in 1815, was an old man seventy-five years of age, had nothing remarkable about him except his silent and sententious air, his cold and angular face, his perfectly polished manners, his coat buttoned up to his cravat, and his long legs always crossed in long, flabby trousers of the hue of burnt sienna.
58. He was a tall, curly-haired, thick-set fellow about forty with a purplish, rather bloated and flabby face, with cheeks that quivered at every movement of his head, with little bloodshot eyes that were sometimes rather crafty, with moustaches and side-whiskers, and with an incipient double chin, fleshy and rather unpleasant-looking.
59. Nekhludoff listened to the hoarse old voice, looked at the stiff limbs, the swollen eyelids under the grey brows, at the old, clean-shaved, flabby jaw, supported by the collar of the military uniform, at the white cross that this man was so proud of, chiefly because he had gained it by exceptionally cruel and extensive slaughter, and knew that it was useless to reply to the old man or to explain the meaning of his own words to him.

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