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corpulency ‎(countable and uncountable, plural corpulencies)

  1. Alternative form of corpulence
    • Ray
      The heaviness and corpulency of water requiring a great force to divide it.
    • 1907, Arthur Conan Doyle, Through the Magic Door, ch. 3,
      His person was large, robust, I may say approaching to the gigantic, and grown unwieldy from corpulency.
    • 1912, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, "The Priest of Spring," in A Miscellany of Men,
      No man, however indulgent (as I am) to corpulency, ever worshipped a man as round as the sun or a woman as round as the moon.