blubbery

[bluhb-uh-ree]
adjective
1.
abounding in or resembling blubber; fat.
2.
puffy; swollen: blubbery lips.

Origin:
1785–95; blubber + -y1

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blubbery (ˈblʌbərɪ)
 
adj , -ier, -iest
1.  of, containing, or like blubber; fat
2.  weeping or with the face disfigured by weeping

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Example sentences
Also not in doubt is that other things being equal, being blubbery is not good.
Their menu consists almost entirely of blubbery flesh, which doesn't need much done to it before it is swallowed.
With these simple legumes come a brace of blubbery frankfurters with skin as enthusiastically red as a maraschino cherry.
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