blimp out (third-person singular simple present blimps out, present participle blimping out, simple past and past participle blimped out)
- (intransitive, slang, idiomatic) To become fat or fatter, especially as a result of excessive eating.
- 1994 Jan. 25, Erma Bombeck, "Being in front of the camera provides motivation to diet," Kingman Daily Miner (USA), p. 5 (retrieved 2 Apr 2009):
- I'd get my weight down for the event, then blimp out to where I couldn't fit into Orson Welles' cape.
- 2008 July 8, Adam Brophy, "Treating the kids to a tasty dish of . . . er, nuggets and chips," IrishTimes.com (retrieved 2 Apr 2009):
- Now that I am exercising regularly, I can pig out without blimping out.