Put your most unflattering and fattening pictures up for all to see.
We hear that President Obama and his people have been fattening their Kindles with downloaded FDR 100-day histories.
Certainly there was no visible grass, but buckbrush can hardly be fattening.
"It looks as though Lebigre were fattening him up for sale," she reflected.
"He's been fattening up on Flying U calves," remarked Chip, his foot upon the brake.
This is indicative of fattening, perhaps, beyond all other qualifications.
I feel ashamed of fattening on the common purse when all the other boys are working, but writing seems for me next to impossible.
It is the most concentrated and fattening food to be bought.
Some of those who engaged in fattening geese were very successful and made large profits.
Jake said he might as well take the wagon and haul to market the pig he had been fattening.
"that makes fat," 1690s, present participle adjective from fatten. Earlier word was fatting (1530s).