The speaker was a big man in a dark blue suit; there was a suggestion of flabbiness, loose flesh, below the waist.
It is as a corrective to this tendency to flabbiness in modern education that the teaching of Nietzsche is so invaluable.
For it is not your action that revolts me; it is your apathy, your flabbiness, your cowardice!
The fat, and the flabbiness of it, seem to give an appearance of softness, which the flesh itself is very far from having.
Among them (he intimated) his flabbiness might not excite remark.
His face, as he glanced down, was overspread by a flabbiness which appeared to belong to expression rather than to feature.
There was not about him any sign that you could see of flabbiness or weediness.
But even Ranny hesitated to call it flabbiness in so fine a man.
The flabbiness of the people I met yesterday gives me all the more grounds for action.
At the test, she had repudiated the Ego, kicked off all the meanness and flabbiness of her teachings.