Foker gave all these details to the doctor, but he none the less bewailed his portliness.
The personage was also of a portliness, and the collision had knocked the wind out of him.
His height is about five feet ten inches; his figure very well made and slightly inclining to portliness.
Mr. Newsome was tall and broad and well on the way to portliness.
The assent had been arduous for a gentleman inclined to portliness and with wind impaired by tobacco.
Suddenly he laid his hat back, and drew up his form into as near a semblance of dignity as its portliness would allow.
The other, solid almost to portliness, was suggestive of fixity—of self-dependence, and unsusceptibility to outside influences.
He was a large man, tall, with broad shoulders and somewhat inclined to portliness.
He was of middle height and of a habit of body inclining to portliness, and his age may have been forty.
He was then thirty-one years of age, and of a compact, well-built figure, inclining to portliness.