The combination of scantily clad, attractive women and scantily clad, corpulent men makes Philip Roth's imagination look feminist.
Ireland comes in as the most corpulent country, according to the report, with a 47% projected obesity rate for both men and women.
Tolkien used his Northern European imagination not to frighten but at least to compel belief in the corpulent, red-clad judge.
The corpulent and swarthy Hicks stood dejectedly before her.
He was as tall as the captain was short—as thin as his superior was corpulent.
While in his usual health he was, though not corpulent, yet rather stout than spare, but he was now reduced to skin and bone.
He was a corpulent, florid man, purse-proud, and self-sufficient.
Still against the corpulent crudities of her host she could weigh the graces of his guests.
The house of the hostess triumphs, and is corpulent of wealth and splendor.
A corpulent, red young man—I knew him by sight as young Webster—walked sheepishly to our window and stood in front of us.
late 14c., from Old French corpulent "stout, fat," from Latin corpulentus "fleshy, fat," from corpus "body" (see corporeal) + -ulentus "full of." Leigh Hunt was sent to prison for two years for calling the Prince Regent corpulent in print in 1812.
corpulent cor·pu·lent (kôr'pyə-lənt)