Now 53 years old, Russell has a pale, pudgy face and speaks softly, in a Southern accent.
A pudgy, bald man in a suit and sweater ensemble stands in an opening between two of the newly erected walls.
“A source says Brad has been sporting a girdle to control his pudgy midsection recently,” the magazine wrote.
There was Khaled Suweiri, 43, a pudgy ex-special forces captain decked out in a blue Adidas jacket and a baseball cap.
He is a pudgy, bespectacled, homburg-wearing cuckold of a Sherlock in those fish-grey postwar years of 1970s England.
They were pudgy, good-humoured, fit to lift a knife and fork, or to mend linen.
His pudgy fingers trembled about the pen as he scratched on the pad before him.
"Well, it isn't hard for me to know this time," said Mrs. Weaver, her features drawn into a look of pudgy determination.
She had a little baby, a new one, a pudgy red-looking thing.
His pudgy fingers closed round the heavy handful of blued steel that Dink Bynum passed over and he shoved it out of sight.
also podgy, 1824, from colloquial pudge "anything short and thick" + -y (2). Perhaps related to pudsy "plump" (1754), possibly a diminutive of nursery word pud "hand, forepaw" (from 17c.). A connection with pudding also has been conjectured. In late 19c. often on lists of English local or dialectal words; sources also mention puddy, punchy, pluggy, pudget as relatives or variants. Related: Pudginess.